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Give this entire book the "Once 
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the great variety of information it 
contains. 

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HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Page 

Addresses 39 

Advertiser's Index (follows this index) 
Advertising Rates... (On application) 

Calendar for 1919.... 30 

Calendar for 1920 31 

CIRCUITS. 

Ackerman & Harris 19 

Interstate . .,. 21 

Orpheum 23 

Pantages 25 and 27 

CITIES AND MAPS. 

Aberdeen 51 

Anaconda 52-53 

Austin 54 

Bakersfield 55 

Berkeley 55 

Billings 56 

Butte 57 to 60 

Calgary 61 to 65 

Cheyenne 67 

Chicago 42 to 49 

Chico 68-69 

Colorado Springs 71-72 

Coutts 66 

Dallas „ 73 to 75 

Denver .* 76-77 

Des Moines 78 to 80 

Duluth 81-82 

Edmonton 83 to 86 

Fort Collins 87 

Fort William 88 

Fort Worth 89-90 

Fresno 91-92 

Galveston ." 93 

Grand Forks 94 

Great Falls 95 to 98 

Greeley 98 

Helena 99 

Houston 100-102 

International Falls 103 

Kansas City 103 to 107 

La Junta 107 

Lethbridge . . .^. 66 

Lincoln T 108 to 110 

Little Rock 110 

Livingston , .111 

Los Angeles ; '. . . . .112 to 115 

Madison ......... . . : . .......;... 1 16 

Memphis ' 117-118 

Milwaukee .119 to 122 

Minneapolis 123 to 127 

Missoula 127 to 129 



Page 

Muskogee 130-131 

New Orleans 131 to 134 

North Yakima 220 

Oakland ...135 to 137 

Ogden 138-139 

Oklahoma City 140 to 142 

Omaha 143 to 145 

Portland 146 to 150 

Prove 151 

Pueblo 152 

Regina 153 

Richmond 154 

Rock Springs 154 

Sacramento 155-156 

St. Louis 157 to 160 

St. Paul 161-162 

Salt Lake City 164-165 

San Antonio 166 to 168 

San Diego 169 to 171 

San Francisco 172 to 176 

San Jose 177 

Santa Barbara 178 

Saskatoon 179-180 

Seattle 181 to 185 

Sioux City 186 

Sioux Falls .186 

Spokane 187 to 190 

Stockton 191-192 

Superior 192-193 

Sweet Grass 66 

Tacoma 193 to 197 

Taft 197 

Tulsa 198 

Vallejo 198 

Vancouver 199 to 205 

Victoria 206 to 208 

Virginia 209 

Waco 210-21 1 

Wallace 212 

Walla Walla 213 

Winnipeg 214to 219 

Yakima 220 

Excess Baggage 13 to 17 

Fares 13 to 17 

Income Tax 50 

Itinerary 36 to 38 

MAPS. 

City Maps (See "City" Index Above) 

West of Chicago 9 

Southern Map H 

California 11 

Mileage 13 to 17 



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Page 

Personal Record 33 

Points of Interest... 61, 71 and 175 

Pro-Rata Scale 7 

Pullman Charges 13 to 17 

Pullman Drawing Room 18 

Route 36 to 38 

Scenic Trips 61, 71 and 175 

Sleepers 13 to 17 

SPECIAL ARTICLES. 

"Introduction" 3 

"Profanity" 29 

"Proper Spirit" 69 

"Suggestions" 5 

•The Vaudeville Actor" 32 

"Tourist Rates and Service". .13 to 17 

ADVERTISER'S INDEX. 
"Act Report" File 34-35 

AGENTS. 

Chicago — 

J. H. Bentley 46 

Eagle & Goldsmith 49 

Jack J. Fox 46 

Lew M. Goldberg 42A 

Kramer & Levy 46 

Simon Agency 44 

Allen Summers) 47 

New York — 

Sam Fallow 27 

H. B. Marinelli 12 

St. Louis — 

States Booking Exchange 160 

ARRANGERS. 
Chicago, Harry L. Alford 49 

BRILLIANTS. 
Chicago, The Lester Co 45 

BUNGALOWS. 
Minneapolis, M. L. Keith 26 

CARTOONS & DRAWINGS. 
Chicago, Brotts Art Service 42 

CEDAR CHESTS. 
Fort Worth, Amer. Cedaf Chest Co. 89 

CHIROPODIST 
Spokane, J. A. & M. M. Morse 190 

CIGARS & BILLIARDS. 
Butte, Sig. Schilling 57 



Page 
CLEANER & REPAIRS. 

Butte, Broadways Tailors 57 

Des Moines. Up-To-Date Dress Club 80 

Edmonton, Mac's Pantorium 85 

Great Falls, Harry H. McCole 95 

Tacoma, Regal Cleaners 195 

CLOTHES. 

Los Angeles, Lou Groman 113 

Spokane, Hart, Schaffner & Marx. 188 

CONDUCTORS. 
Smallfield Bros 106 

COSTUMES. 

Chicago, The Lester Co 45 

Seattle, Brocklinde Costume Co... 182 

CURIOSITIES. 

San Antonio, S. Rabe 168 

Seattle, Ye Olde Curiosity Shop... 181 

CUTS. 
Chicago, Standard Engraving Co.. 42 

DANCING. 
Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Oswald 185 

DENTISTS. 

St. Louis, Dr. A. F. Hug 159-160 

Vancouver, Dr. Wm. H. Thompson. 199 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 
Butte, Symons & Co 59 

DRUGGISTS. 

Butte, Colbert Drug Co 59-60 

Calgary, Harvey Drug Co 63 

Des Moines, M. J. Olson 80 

Edmonton, Owl Drug Co 83 

Great Falls, LaPayre Bros 95 

Helena, Budd-Fisher Drug Co 99 

San Antonio, Milburn Drug Co 168 

Spokane, Columbia Pharmacy 188 

Tacoma, V. H. Malstrom 194 

Vancouver, Burms Drug Co 202 

Vancouver, Knowlton, Ltd 205 

Winnipeg, Liggett Drug Co 216 

FACE POWDER. 
The Armand Co 26 

FURRIERS. 

Oakland, B. Korper. . 136 

Seattle, Oscar Guard 183 

GLOVES & HOSIERY. 
Portland, Lennon Glove Shop 149 

HEALTH RESORTS. 
Sherman Lake 17 



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HOTELS. 

Page 

Anaconda, O'Donneil House 53 

Butte, Argyle Hotel 57 

Calgary, Empress Hotel 64 

Calgary, Palister Hotel 62 

Chicago, St. Regis Hotel 46 

Chicago, Washington Hotel 48 

Chico, LeGrand Hotel 68 

Colorado Springs, Rex Hotel 71 

Dallas, Albert Hotel 74 

Des Moines, Majestic Hotel 79 

Denver, Standish Hotel 76 

Duluth, Florman Hotel 81 

Edmonton, Selkirk Hotel 85 

Edmonton, Springer Hotel 84 

Fort William, Victoria Hotel 88 

Fort Worth, Court Hotel 90 

Great Falls, Hotel Ben 98 

Great Falls, James Hotel 95 

Great Falls, Weiss Hotel 96 

Houston, Milby Hotel 100 

Kansas City, Cherry Apartments, .106 

Kansasi City, Oxford Hotel 106 

Lincoln, Savoy Hotel 108 

Los Angeles, Continental Hotel... 113 

Milwaukee, Miller Hotel 120 

Milwaukee, St. Charles Hotel 119 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin Hotel 121 

Minneapolis, Elgin Hotel 127 

Minneapolis, Raddison HQtel 125 

Missoula, Shapard Hotel 129 

Oakland, Adams Hotel 137 

Oklahoma City, Browning Hotel... 140 

Oklahoma City, Egbert Hotel 142 

Oklahoma City, Kingkade Hotel.. 141 

Omaha, Neville Hotel 144 

Omaha, Rome Hotel 143 

Portland, Imperial Hotel 148 

Portland, Hotel Portland 148 

Portland, Willard Hotel 150 

St. Paul, St. Michael Apts 162 

San Antonio, Elite Hotel 167 

San Diego, Knickerbocker Hotel.. 169 
San Francisco, Continental Hotel.. 174 
San Francisco, Lankershim Hotel.. 172 

Saskatoon, Baldwin Hotel 179 

Seattle, Hotel Barker 182 

Spokane, Couer D'Alene Hotel... 7l87 

Spokane, Galax Hotel 188 

Spokane, Victoria Hotel 187 

Tacoma, Tacoma Hotel 194 

Vancouver, Hudson Hotel 202 

Vancouver, Regent Hotel 204 

Vancouver, Vancouver Hotel 200 

Victoria, Empress Hotel 207 



Page 

Victoria, St. James Hotel 207 

Virginia, Matthews Hotel 209 

Waco, Savoy Hotel 210 

Winnipeg, Alexandra Hotel 217 

Winnipeg, Leiand Hotel 218 

Winnipeg, Royal Albert Hotel 218 

Winnipeg, St. Charles Hotel 216 

Winnipeg, St. Regis Hotel 217 

INSURANCE. 
Chicago, Chas Fitzpatrick 49 

JEWELERS. 

Spokane, E. J. Hyde 188 

KODAKS, SUPPLIES, ETC. 

Butte, C. E. Calkins Co 59 

Calgary, D. J. Young & Co 63 

Edmonton, E. N. Kennedy Co 84 

Great Falls, McKee Stationery Co 96 
Kansas City, Eastern Photo. Co.. 105 

Portland, Sandy's Kodak Shop 149 

San Diego, Sunset Studios 170-171 

San Francisco, James Photo Shop. 175 
Spokane, John W. Graham & Co.. 189 

Tacoma, Central News Co 194 

Winnipeg, Duffin & Co., Ltd 214 

LAUNDRIES. 

Butte, Taylor Laundry Co 59 

Dallas, Steir's Laundry Co 73 

Des Moines, Miller Laundry Co. ... 80 
Fort William, Algona Laundry.... 88 
New Orleans, Chalmette Laundry. 133 

Oakland, Crystal Laundry 137 

Ogden, Ogden Laundry Co 138 

San Antonio, White Star Laundry. 168 
Victoria, Standard Steam Laundry. 206 
Winnipeg, Rumford Steam Laun- 
dry 214 

LEGAL. 

Chicago, Leont A. Bereznfak 47 

LUMBAGO REMEDY. 
Philadelphia, T. B. Love Co 51 

NEWS AND STATIONERY. 

Butte, C. E. Calkins Co. . 59 

Calgary, D. J.. Young & Co 63 

Edmonton, E. N. Kennedy Co 84 

Great Falls, McKee Sta. Co 96 

Spokane, John W. Graham Co 189 

Tacoma, Central News Co 194 

ORCHESTRATIONS. 
Chicago, Harry L. Alford 49 

ORGANIZATIONS. 
N. Y., Nat'l. Vaudeville Artists 23 



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Page 
OSTEOPATHY. 
Des Moines, Dr. C. F. Spring _. 79 

PERFORMERS. 

Anderson's Revues 24 

Sol. Berns 33 

Bozo 20 

Herbert Brooks 22 

Ruth Budd 20 

The Cromwells 18 

Maidie De Long 24 

Dorsch & Russell 11 

Fred Duprez 21 

Eddie & Ramsden 21 

Friend & Downing 42A 

Jack George Duo 11 

Gray & Graham 42A 

Laurel Lee 10 

Arthur Lloyd 28 

Herbert Lloyd 40 

Marlette'si Manikins 18 

May, Kilduff & Allerton 24 

Bert & Florence Mayo 20 

Middleton & Spellmeyer 22 

Moran & Wiser 22 

Six Musical Nosses 32 

Orth & Cody ^ 11 

Parish & Peru 43 

Potter & Hartwell 20 

Retter Bros 42A 

Dan Sherman 17 

Smallfield Bros 106 

Faye & Jack Smith 24 

Ray Snow 21 

Stone & Manning 18 

Vardon & Perry 10 

Claire Vincent 22 

Walter Weems 30 

Ward & Dooley 47 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Chicago, De Haven Studios 44 

New Orleans, Rembrandt Studios.. 133 

San Diego, Sunset Studios 170-71 

Winnipeg, Gordon B. Kyle 219 

POINTS OF INTEREST. 

Calgary, Scenic Car 61 

Colo. Spgs., "Cave of the Wind".. 71 
San Francisco, "Mount Tamalpias"175 

PRINTERS. 

Chicago, Guston Ptg Co 42 

San Francisco, Marnell Ptg. Co 174 

RESTAURANTS. 

Anaconda, Waldorf Cafe 52 

Butte, Blaustein's Restaurant 59 



Page 

Butte, Moxom Cafe 60 

Butte, Truzzolino Cafe 58 

Calgary, Club Cafe V 63 

Calgary, Home Delicacies 63 

Calgary, Kolb's Restaurant 63 

Calgary, Liberty Cafe 65 

Calgary, McCrohan Lunch 62 

Calgary, White Lunch 63 

Chico, Union Cafe & Grill 68 

Colorado Springs, Cough's Bakery. 72 
Colorado Springs, McRae Restau- 
rant 72 

Dallas, Blau's Restaurant 74 

Des Moines, Mrs. Maxon's Cafe... 79 

Duluth, Community Cafeteria 81 

Duluth, Miller Cafeteria 81 

Edmonton, American Dairy Lunch. 85 

Edmonton, Lewis Bros. Cafe 84 

Edmonton, Mocha Cafe 85 

Edmonton, Shasta Cafe 83 

Edmonton, Waffle Shop 83 

Grand Forks, Knudson Cafeteria.. 94 

Great Falls, Electric Grill 97 

Great Falls, Gerald Cafe 96 

Great Falls,, Wigwam Cafe 97 

Houston, Milwaukee Cafe 102 

Houston, Stein's Cafe 101 

Lethbridge, Lethbridge Hotel 66 

Lincoln, Orpheum Cafe 108 

Minneapolis, Eat Garden 125 

Missoula, Shapard Hotel Cafe 129 

Muskogee, George's Cafe 130 

New Orleans, Jacomet's Cafe 133 

Oakland, Colonial Cafeteria 135 

Oakland, Marin© Grotto 137 

Ogden, Kennedy's Cafeteria 138 

Oklahoma City, Yate Cafeteria. .. .140 

Omaha, Harmony Cafeteria 144 

Portland, Bab's Restaurant 147 

Portland, Imperial Lunch 147 

Portland, "L" Cafeteria 149 

Salt Lake City, Mission Cafeteria. 163 

Salt Lake City, Rotisserle Inn 164 

San Antonio, Old Virginia Dining 

Room 168 

Saskatoon, Hub Cafe 179 

Saskatoon, Elite Cafe 180 

Seattle, Boldt's Restaurant 184 

Seattle, Meves Cafeteria.. 181 

Seattle, Totem Pole Inn 183 

Seattle, Wallace Tea Shop 183 

Spokane, Bob's Chili Parlor 190 

Spokane, Model Cafe 188 

Spokane, Tray Tavern .189 



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Page 

Superior, Home Cafeteria 192 

Sweet Grass, International Cafe.. 66 

Tacoma, Central Lunch Co 196 

Vancouver, Delmonico Cafe 203 

Vancouver, Good Eats Cafe 204 

Vancouver, London Grill 199 

Vancouver, Orpheum Cafe 203 

Vancouver, Trocadero Cafe 201 

Vancouver, White Lunch Co 201 

Victoria, Tighe & Wheeler 206 

Victoria, White Lunch Co 207 

Virginia, Matthews Hotel 209 

Waco, Sam Lee Cafe 211 

Walla Walla, Pollyanna Cafeteria. 213 

Winnipeg, Carlton Cafe 217 

Winnipeg, Club Cafe 214 

Winnipeg, Electric Lunch 219 

Winnipeg, Gary Cafeteria 217 

SCENERY. 

Chicago, De Berri Studio 48 

SILK (Japanese). 

Vancouver, "Charlie & Sam" 205 

Vancouver, The Mikado Co 199 

TRADE JOURNALS. 

"Billboard" 8 

"Clipper" 8 

^'Variety" 8 



Pago 

TRANSFER COMPANIES. 
Calgary, Johnston Cartage Co.... 64 
Chicago, Commonwealth Trans. Co. 48 

Chico, Merchants Tran. Co 68 

Colorado Springs, Wandell & Lowe 

Tran. Co 72 

Denver, Wright Tran. Co 76 

Edmonton, Twin City Tran. Co.... 83 

Lincoln, Ensign Tran. Co 109 

Oklahoma City, Globe Tran. Co... 142 

Omaha, Omaha Tran. Co 143 

Portland, Olsen-Roe Tran. Co 146 

Pueblo, Pueblo Bus & Cab Co 152 

Salt Lake City, McPhee Tran. Co.. 164 

San Francisco, City Tran. Co 174 

Seattle, Reliable Tran. Co 184 

Tacoma, Auto Tran. Co 196 

Vancouver, Vancouver Tran. Co.. 199 
Victoria, Jeeves & Lamb Tran. Co. 206 

Winnipeg, National Tran. Co 214 

TRUNKS, ETC. 
Milwaukee, Geo. Burroughs & Sons.122 
San Francisco, Victor Trunk Co.. 174 

Vancouver, Imperial Trunk Co 205 

VACATION RESORTS. 

Sherman Lake 17 

VAUDEVILLE WRITERS. 
New York, James Madison 26 



HOTEL IRWIN 

FIREPROOF EUROPEAN PLAN 

DES MOINES. IOWA 

May 23rd., 1919 
My dear Lloyd: 

Had occasion today to see one of your 
Vaudeville Guides, covering the Western Vaudeville 
field. 

Permit me to say, in writing, that it 
certainly is a wonderful compilation which no doubt 
has taken you many months and considerable expense 
to construct. 

The Performer who does not secure one 
is losing a valuable asset to his comfort, know- 
ledge and pocket book. 

Even to me, who has toured the "country 
backwards" the book contains information of extreme 
value which I shall profit by. 

Sincerely, 



(Z^AfiJ^^^ 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



"INTRODUCTION" (FORTE) 

This is the author's second attempt at compiling a guide book devoted 
exclusively to vaude"villians" and if he attains the same amount of suc- 
cess, as resulted from his first book, he is well satisfied. 

Exclusive of the considerable amount of money it has cost to produce 
this book it has also entailed a very great amount of work to obtain 
and arrange the information contained herein, but it has been a "labor 
of good fellowship" and a pleasure; feeling positive, as he does, that 
the work is appreciated and accepted in a fraternal spirit and that it is 
the means of assisting artists who play the several circuits that this book 
covers. It is the undersigns good intention to produce shortly, other 
guide books that will cover all the other prominent vaudeville circuits 
in the other parts of the United States. 

Kindly understand that we make no attempt to "run" any of the 
circuits nor to expose any "trade secrets" but simply to present a clean, 
open and above board book of information that will be a help and a guide 
to other performers and of no small benefit to the managers themselves. 

To the ordinary layman some of the information contained in this 
book might be considered superfluous, but to the traveling performer it is 
important. (On ipage 4 will be found the reasons why certain informa- 
tion is incorporated in this book.) 

Outside of personal observation, the author is indebted to many of the 
managers and their staffs for assistance in compiling this book and he 
takes this means" of thanking them collectively. 

The idea of printing a local map of each city, showing the location 
of the several theatres, post office, stations and advertisers, was suggested 
by Mr. Geo. Parker, stage manager of the Pantages Theatre, Winnipeg. 

This book is truthfully sold below cost, so as to be within the reach 
of every performer, as the brunt of the cost of production is borne by the 
advertisers who have made it possible to print a book of this size and 
the author would ask your consideration of them when you can put busi- 
ness in their way, as each and all will be found friendly to theatrical 
folks, and where the service is good, and at the same time, within reason. 
This we know from actual experience. You will confer a favor on them 
as well as on the writer, if you will mention to them where you saw 
their advertisement, and it will be the means of you receiving even better 
service, if that were possible. Fraternally, . 




Member of the 

San Francisco 
Advertising Club. 




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An^ criticism or suggestion for the betterment of this Guide will be 
gratef ully accepted by the author. 

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AND READ THIS BOOK THROUGH CAREFULLY. 



4 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

WHY CERTAIN, SEEMINGLY, SUPERFLUOUS POINTS OF 
INFORMATION ARE ENTERED IN THIS BOOK. 

The number of men and the instruments in the orchestras. 

This information is given you that you can see in advance of your 
next town the exact number of books that it is necessary for you to 
carry with you by hand, for your rehearsal, thereby saving you carrying 
your full set of "parts." (Balance being packed in your trunk.) 

By reading your "next town" information you know exactly what to 
do with your baggage checks immediately you step off of the train which 
in most cases saves you considerable delay in getting your baggage to 
the hotel and theatre, also you know who is the official baggageman for 
the theatre. 

The theatre dimensions allows you to figure in advance just how 
you will be able to make your set in event you carry your own set or if 
you work in "one" it informs you what you have to contend with. 

Location of the R. R. stations and theatres (shown on each local city 
map), show you whether or not it is walking distance from one to the 
other or if it is necessary to take a car or taxi, also gives you the proper 
direction. 

Names of local newspapers saves you asking the question in event 
that you are diffident about having any one know that you are interested 
in the press criticism. 

Knowing the exact time of rehearsal allows, you to make your time 
of arrival in accordance. 

The information regarding which side of the train to sit to get the 
best scenic results you will appreciate especially when traveling through 
the mountainous country should you find yourself on the wrong side of 
the car with nothing but a blank wall of rock alongside of your window, 
whereas your neighbor, across the aisle, is enjoying an unobstructed view 
Oj" the country. 

Opening days are given for the reason that outside of the fact that 
some houses open on Sunday and others on a Monday, the A. & H. 
Circuit in some cases open on a Wednesday for the last half split. 

Where more than one theatre in a town they are arranged alphabet- 
ically. 

A Star along side of a street name shows that it is one of the 
principal business streets of that particular city. 

Verify your train time. 

Chicago being the "Port of Exit" for the circuits covered by this 
book, will be found the first city in the arrangements. After Chicago the 
cities run alphabetically. (See Index, in front, for complete classification 
of this book's contents.) 

Below is an order issued by Mr. E. F. Albee: 5 

MANAGERS AND ARTISTS' REPRESENTATIVES 

must make clear to artists before they (the artists) sign a contract, under 
what conditions they are playing and how many shows are expected of 
then^; and if extra shows are given Saturday and Sunday, see that they 
thoroughly understand it, while negotiations are going on, and before the 
contract is signed. 

Before a contract s signed, I desire that both sides — artist and 
manager — have full knowledge of what is expected of them. 

E. F. ALBETE. 

Author's Note. — No excuse for either artist or agent not knowing 
conditions. IT'S IN THIS BOOK. 



HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 5 

SIMPLY SUGGESTIONS. 

Verify the railroad time of leaving and arrival, as possible changes 
may have been made. (The Author is not infallible.) 

If you have occasion to "tip" use "Thrift Stamps." They are very 
acceptable and at the same time you help the government. 

Never buy a "Noon Edition" of an evening newspaper if you are 
looking for the "write up" of the show, as nine times out of ten, it does 
not appear until the night additions, after 4:00 P. M. 

Nurse your voice when playing cities of high altitude. Do not cut 
your act, but take it easy and do not strain. 

As possible changes may occur in the management and staffs of some 
of the theatres, we would suggest that in event you write the manager, 
stage manager, props, etc., that you address your envelope simply to 
"Manager," etc., and in your letter to the party in person. This will 
insure your letter reaching the official in question, and at the same 
time allows you to address him by personal name, in your letter. 

If you make a hotel reservation, live up to it, as morally it is as 
binding as a signed contract. 

Animal acts can buy express tickets at Duluth, St. Paul, Minneapolis, 
Superior, etc., through to Portland or other far west cities and save 
express rates through Montana, which are three times the regular rate 
in that state. This means a very big saving and worth investigating. 

Don't ask for "props" that you have discontinued using. If your 
prop plot calls for it, the prop^rtyman naturally gets it for you, thinking 
you really want it. Scratch out of your prop list what you don't actually 
use with your present act. Sometimes the Circuit Press Bureau sends 
in your prop list for you with discontinued props on it. In that case 
notify them that you no longer require that particular prop or props. 

When crossing the mountains or desert and you pass any isolated 
farms or ranches, throw out any old newspapers or magazines that you 
are finished with. They will be greatly appreciated by these people who 
live out of the "beaten path." 

Avoid arguments with the other acts or the stage crews, as it injures 
both your act and your dignity and lessens your value to which ever 
circuit you may be playing. 

If the "other fellow" is billed more prominently than you, do not 
blame him, as the error, if it is one, was made by the head office of 
the circuit. 

Any conditions as regard your billing have stipulated in writing in 
your contract. Don't take any one's verbal agreement. 

If you should notice any mail in the mail box for some fellow per- 
former who is ahead of you on the circuit, or you know is at another 
local theatre, whether he is a personal friend or not, take time and 
re-address it to him. He may return the same favor some day. 

Don't critise a merchant in Canada if his price on some particular 
American article is a little higher than you can obtain it in the "states" 
as naturally he has to pay duty on it the same as if you bought it in 
Europe. 

Take in all the wonderful places of interest to be seen on this western 
trip. People, outside of show business, spend hundreds of dollars to see 
the same things that you can see virtually for nothing, while you earn 
a salary. 

In event you use an iron in the theatres, be sure and note the voltage, 
before attaching, which will save "blow outs" both to the electrical 
equipment and to the electrician's temper. A good plan is to "play 
safe" and ask the electrician's permission. He will undoubtedly grant 
it but otherwise if you cause a "blow out" he will naturally have to 
re"fuse". READ "THE PROPER SPIRIT" ON PAGE 69 



6 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

The Advertisers in this Book 
Have Something to Say to You! 

a They represent all classes of trades and 
professions who cater to and deal with 
Vaudeville Folks. 

CL If they could gather 5,000 or 30,000 
Performers into a large auditorium and talk 
to them by word of mouth, they would have 
no need to advertise. But they cannot. 

C So they put their words in type and talk 
to you in the messages you know as adver- 
tisements. 

C In this book you will find many personal 
messages such as mentioned above. 

CL They are worthy of your careful reading 
and also your patronage as it is through 
their co-operation that has made it possible 
for the Author to sell this book to you at 
one half the cost of production. 

C They would not spend their good money 
advertising if what they had to sell were not 
of good quaUty and fairly priced. // would 
not pay. 

C They will be found friendly and consid- 
erate of the Performers welfare. 

The Jluthor has given careful thought to each and every 
advertiser before soliciting their order for advertising. 

Give Them All the ''Once Over'' 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 





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1.70 


65.00 


9.29 


.46 


■^ 27.85 


1.40 T 


T 37.15 


1.85 


70.00 


10.00 


.50 


P 30.00 


1.50 


1 40.00 


2.00 


75.00 


10.72 


.54 


J 32.15 


1.60 i 


J 42.85 


2.15 


80.00 


11.43 


.57 


fp) 34.30 


1.70 1 


-I 45.70 


2.30 


85.00 


12.14 


.61 


a\ 36.40 


1.80 


1 48.60 


2.45 


90.00 


12.85 


.64 


iU 38.60 


1.95 


\J 51.40 


2.55 


95.00 


13.57 


.68 


p) 40.70 


2.05 


^ 54.30 


2.70 


100.00 


14.28 


.71 


CA42.85 


2.15 


g 57.15 


2.85 


110.00 


15.71 


.79 


L->'47.00 


2.35 


ZJ 63.00 


3.15 


115.00 


16.42 


.82 


\B 49.30 


2.45 r 


yj 65.70 


3.30 


125.00 


17.85 


.89 


IL 53.60 


2.70 ^ 


Yf 71.40 


3.55 


135.00 


19.28 


.96 


^^57.85 


2.90 


LI 77.15 


3.85 


150.00 


21.42 


1.07 


P> 64.30 


3.20 J 


-^ 85.70 


4.30 


160.00 


22.85 


1.14 


f\\ 68.55 


3.40 


n 1 ^^-^5 


4.60 


165.00 


23.57 


1.18 


^70.70 


3.55 1 


iy 94.30 


4.70 


175.00 


25.00 


1.25 


1? 75.00 


3.75 


i 00.00 


5.00 


180.00 


25.71 


1.29 


M 77.15 


3.85 


102.85 


5.15 


185.00 


26.40 


1.32 


■79.30 


3.95 


105.70 


5.30 


200.00 


28.57 


1.43 


85.70 


4.30 


114.30 


5.70 


225.00 


32.14 


1.61 


96.40 


4.80 


128.60 


6.15 


235.00 


33.57 


1.68 


100.70 


5.05 


134.30 


6.70 


240.00 


34.28 


1.71 


102.85 


5.15 


137.15. 


6.85 


250.00 


35.71 


1.79 


107.15 


5.35 


142.85 


7.15 


275.00 


39.28 


1.96 


117.85 


5.90 


157.15 


7.85 


285.00 


40.69 


2.04 


122.15 


6.15 


162.85 


8.10 


300.00 


42.85 


2.14 


128.60 


6.45 


171.40 


8.55 


325.00 


46.42 


2.32 


139.30 


6.95 


185.70 


9.30 


350.00 


50.00 


2.50 


150.00 


7.50 


200.00 


lo.od. 


375.00 


53.57 


2.68 


160.70 


8.05 


214.30 


10.70 


400.00 


57.14 


2.86 


171.45 


8.60 


228.55 


11.40 


425,00 


60.71 


3.03 


182.15 


9.10 


242.85 


12.15 


450.00 


64.28 


3.21 


192.85 


9.65 


257.15 


12.85 


475.00 


67.85 


3.39 


203.55 


10.20 


Z71.45 


13.60 


500.00 


71.43 


3.57 


214.35 


10.70 


285.65 


14.30 


550.00 


78.57 


3.93 


235.70 


11.80 


314.30 


15.70 


600.00 


85.71 


4.29 


257.15 


12.85 


342.85 


17.15 


650.00 


92.85 


4.64 


278.60 


13.95 


371.40 


18.55 


700.00 


100.00 


5.00 


300.00 


15.00 


400.00 


20.00 


750.00 


107.14 


5.36 


321.45 


15.10 


428.55 


21.40 


900.00 


128.57 


6.43 


385.70 


19.30 


514.30 


25.70 


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Office of Commanding General 

Neuwied, Germany, 
10 February, 1919. 

FROM: Commanding General, 
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American E. F. 

TO: Messrs. VARDON AND 

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SUBJECT: Testimonial of Good 
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Not only has your entertainment 
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advanced and isolated towns of the bridgehead area, which were mani- 
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With praiseworthy self-sacrifice you have showed yourselves at all 
tim^es willing to repeat your performance, after the regular day's work 
was done, for those persons who had been unable to see you. To do this 
you frequently made long journeys, by automobile, late at night, in the 
most inclement weather. 

I desire to thank you heartily for the zeal and good fellowship with 
which you have carried out your labors in this Corps. 

JOHN L. HINES, 
Major General, U. S. A. 

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FARES, MILEAGE, EXCESS, PULLMAN AND TOURIST CHARGES. 
CHICAGO TO VANCOUVER TO SAN FRANCISCO TO NEW ORLEANS TO 

CHICAGO. 

(Inclusive of all intermediate journeys on the four circuits.) 

(Obtain Herbert Lloyd's "CENTRAL STATES" and "EASTERN STATES" Guides 

for information covering the balance of the United States.) 

To find the fare, etc., between two given points take for example, Chicago to 
St. Paul. If you do not find it indexed under "Chicago" you are pretty certain to 
find it Indexed under the other town, "St. Paul." 

The same rule applies to other cities. 

These rates, etc., are based on the Government tax having been added as far 
as It was humanely possible for the author to do so. Pullman rates have been 
reduced by the Government from 10% to 8%. Therefore deduct from these prices 
2c on each dollar or fraction. 

Where no Pullman or Tourist Sleeper cost is shown, there is no such service. 

The fares shown here may vary a trifle on account of government changes, 
but only amount to from two to four cents on each ticket either way, so that to 
all Intent and purposes they are correct. 

SEE INDEX FOR MAPS OF GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION OF CITIES. 

1001b. Puiiman 
Fare Miles Excess Upper Lower Tourist 

Aberdeen to Jamestown, N. D...$ 3.45 

Aberdeen to Fargo, N. D 4.95 

Austin to Galveston 6.91 

Billings to Livingston 3.73 

Billings to Helena 7.72 

Butte to Helena 2.38 

Butte to Anaconda 81 

Cheyenne to Ogden 15.71 

Cheyenne to Fort Collins 1.51 

Chicago to Des Moines 11.60 

Chicago to Duluth 15.21 

Chicago to Fort William 28.73 

Chicago to Kansas City 14.88 

Chicago to Madison 4.21 

Chicago to Memphis 17.58 

Chicago to Milwaukee 2.75 

Chicago to Minneapolis 13.19 

Chicago to New York City 29.42 

Chicago to Omaha 16.14 

Chicago to St. Louis 9.36 

Chicago to Superior 14.97 

Chicago to Winnipeg 27.96 

Chico to Oroville 86 

Chico to Marysville 1.46 

Chico to Portland 19.06 

Chico to Vallejo 4.86 

Chico to Sacramento 2.86 

Dallas to Fort Worth 1.03 

Dallas to Houston 8.53 

Dallas to Waco 3.24 

Denver to Cheyenne 3.51 

Denver to Colorado Springs 2.43 



120 


$0.60 








185 


.86 


$1.76 


$2.20 




215 


1.13 


1.76 


2.20 




115 


.60 


1.38 


1.65 


$1.10 


239 


1.20 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


72 


.43 








25 


.16 








484 


2.65 


3.08 


3.85 


1.54-$1.93 


46 


.25 








322 


1.94 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


468 


2.54 


2.20 


2.75 




867 


4.81 








^65 


2.48 


2.20 


2.75 


1.10- 1.38 


130 


.70 


1.65 


1.65 




525 


3.02 


2.64 


3.30 


1.32- 1.65 


85 


.49 








402 


P.16 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


907 


4.91 


4.40 


5.50 




488 


2.75 


2.20 


2.75 


1.10- 1.38 


284 


1.30 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


463 


2.48 


2.20 


2.75 




847 


4.70 


3.96 


4.95 


3.85 


25 


.15 








55 


.27 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


587 


3.18 


3.30 


4.13 


1.75- 2.20 


155 


.81 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


103 


.53 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10- 1.38 


31 


.20 








265 


1.35 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


100 


.50 


1.65 


1.65 




106 


.59 








75 


.43 









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Fare 

Denver to Fort Collins 2.21 

Denver to Kansas City 20.61 

Denver to Los Angeles 47.74 

Denver to Ogden 19.17 

Denver to Salt Lake City 20.36 

Denver to San Diego 47.74 

Denver to Spokane 40.56 

Des Moines to Omaha 4.86 

Des Moines to Minneapolis 8.80 

Des Moines to St. Paul 8.47 

Des Moines to Sioux City 6.32 

Duluth to Billings 29.17 

Duluth to Minneapolis 4.92 

Duluth to Winnipeg 13.07 

Edmonton to Calgary 6.85 

Edmonton to Saskatoon 11.45 

Fargo to Aberdeen 4.94 

Fargo to Minneapolis 7.21 

Fargo to St. Paul 7.56 

Fort William to Intern. Falls 7.95 

Fresno to Bakersfield 3.35 

Fresno to Sacramento 5.45 

Fresno to San Francisco 6.16 

Frestno to Santa Barbara 10.37 

Fresno to Stockton 3.89 

Galveston to Beaumont 2.65 

Grand Forks to Fargo 2.54 

Grand Forks to Superior 9.42 

Great Falls to Billings 7.56 

Great Falls to Butte 5.56 

Great Falls to Calgary 11.72 

Great Falls to Helena 3.19 

Great Falls to Livingston 7.19 

Houston to Beaumont 2.70 

Houston to Galveston 1.35 

Houston to Little Rock 14.63 

Jamestown to Aberdeen 3.43 

Jamestown to Billings 17.83 

Kansas City to Joplin 4.99 

Kansas City to Omaha 6.45 

Kansas City to Pueblo 19.57 

La Junta to Pueblo 2.11 

La Junta to Trinidad 2.92 

Lincoln to Denver 15.67 

Los Angeles to Bakersfield 5.67 

Los Angeles to Fresno 9.08 

Los Angeles to San Francisco . . 15.35 

Los Angeles to Santa Ana 1.10 

Los Angeles to Santa Barbara . 3.46 

Memphis to Kansas City 15.85 

Memphis to New Orleans 12.77 

Memphis to Little Rock 4.48 

Milwaukee to Des Moines 14.40 

Milwaukee to St. Paul 10.64 





100 1b. 


Pullman 




^iles 


Excess 


Upper 


Lower 


Tour 


69 


.38 








640 


3.46 


3.08 


3.85 


1.93 


1410 


7.99 


7.92 


9,90 


4.95 


590 


3.24 


3.52 


4.40 


2.20 


626 


3.40 


3.52 


4.40 


2.20 


1536 


7.99 


7.92 


9.90 


4.95 


1410 


6.80 


7.04 


8.80 


4.40 


152 


.80 


1.38 


1.65 




261 


1.35 


1.76 


2.20 




261 


1.35 


1.76 


2.20 




194 


1.00 


1.76 


2.20 




899 


4.67 


4.80 


6.05 


3.30 


152 


.86 


1.38 


1.65 




379 


2.16 


2.64 


3.30 




195 


.85 


1.50 


1.75 




369 


1.45 


1.85 


2.25 




226 


.77 








298 


1.12 


1.76 


2.20 




308 


1.17 


1.76 


2.20 




227 


.95 


1.50 


1.75 


1.25 


107 


.59 


1.37 


1.65 


1.10 


171 


.92 


1.37 


1.65 


1.10 


206 


1.03 


1.37 


1.65 


1.10 


324 


1.73 


2.20 


2.75 


1.37 


123 


.65 


1.37 


1.65 


1.10 


77 


.49 








78 


.40 








288 


1.46 








233 


1.30 


2.20 


2.75 




171 


.97 








332 


2.00 








98 


.54 








221 


1.24 








84 


.49 








50 


.27 








467 


2.48 


2.86 


3.58 




122 


.57 








580 


3.02 


3.08 


3.85 


1.93 


153 


.80 


1.38 


1.65 




200 


1.00 


1.76 


2.20 




604 


3.29 


3.08 


3.85 


1.93 


64 


.37 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


82 


.49 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


483 


2.65 


2.64 


3.30 


1.32- 


171 


.98 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


287 


1.52 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


484 


2.55 


2.20 


2.75 


1.10- 


40 


.22 








104 


.59 


1.38 


1.65 




484 


2.65 


2.20 


2.75 




396 


2.13 


2.20 


2.75 




135 


.76 


1.76 


2.20 




432 


2.25 


1.76 


2.20 




327 


1.65 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 



1.65 



1.38 



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Fare 

Milwaukee to Superior 12.05 

Missoula to Anaconda 3.83 

Missoula to Butte 3.89 

Missoula to Wallace 4.37 

Muskogee to Dallas 7.51 

Muskogee to Kansas City 8.20 

Muskogee to McAlester 2.04 

Muskogee to Oklahoma City 5.67 

Muskogee to St. Louis 14.81 

New Orleans, to Dallas 16.52 

New Orleans to Denver 40.18 

New Orleans to Fort Worth 17.55 

New Orleans to Galveston 13.01 

New Orleans to Kansas City 28.61 

No. Yakima (See "Yakima") 

Oakland to Berkeley 20 

Oakland to Fresno 6.16 

Oakland to San Jose 1.30 

Oakland to Stockton 2.48 

Oklahoma City to Dallas 7.68 

Oklahoma City to Fort Worth.. 6.65 
Oklahoma City to Kansas City .. 11.08 

Oklahoma City to St. Louis 17.63 

Omaha to Cheyenne 16.47 

Omaha to Lincoln 1.78 

Omaha to New Orleans 35.10 

Omaha to Sioux City 3.42 

Portland to Sacramento 21.60 

Portland to Seattle 6.05 

Portland to Spokane 12.10 

Portland to Stockton 21 .60 

Portland to Tacoma 4.70 

Portland to Vancouver 10.91 

Portland to Walla Walla 7.88 

Pueblo to Colorado Springs 1.46 

Pueblo to Oklahoma City 19.53 

Reno to Carson City 1.62 

Regina to Saskatoon 6.05 

Rock Springs to Cheyenne 9.50 

Rock Springs to Ogden 6.21 

Sacramento to Bakersfield 8.80 

Sacramento to Marysville 1.40 

Sacramento to Reno 6.32 

Sacramento to Stockton 1.57 

St. Louis to Des Moines 10.98 

St. Louis to Kansas City 9.07 

St. Louis to Little Rock 11.34 

St. Louis to Memphis 10.04 

St. Louis to Minneapolis 18.72 

St. Louis to Omaha 13.59 

St. Paul to Chicago . ., 12.83 

St. Paul to Des Moines 8.47 

St. Paul to Duluth 4.92 

St. Paul to Milwaukee 10.64 





10Olb. 


Pulli 


man 




^/liles 


Excess 


Upper 


Lower 


Tou 


373 


1.90 


, 2.20 


2.75 




118 


.60 








120 


.60 








135 


.70 








232 


1.30 


1.76 


2.20 




253 


1.30 


1.76 


2.20 




63 


.33 








182 


.90 


1.76 


2.20 




503 


2.30 


2.64 


3.30 




510 


2.05 


3.08 


3.85 




1240 


6.20 


7.04 


8.80 




547 


2.93 


3.08 


3.85 




402 


2.05 


2.20 


2.75 




883 


4.45 


4.40 


5.50 




10 


.15 








190 


1.03 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


40 


.20 








84 


.43 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


245 


1.20 


1.76 


2.20 




205 


1.05 


1.76 


2.20 




401 


1.75 


1.98 


2.48 




584 


2.75 


2.86 


3.58 




506 


2.75 


3.08 


3.85 


1.54- 


' 55 


.30 








1076 


5.89 


6.16 


7.70 




101 


.59 








682 


3.61 


3.74 


4.68 


2.48 


183 


1.03 


1.76 


2.20 




372 


2.05 


2.20 


2.75 


1.38 


730 


3.61 


3.74 


4.68 


2.48 


145 


.81 


1.76 


2.20 




339 


1.84 


2.20 


2.75 




242 


1.35 


1.76 


2.20 




45 


.27 








618 


3.24 


3.96 


4.95 




31 


.25 








160 


.75 


1.50 


1.75 




293 


1.50 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


191 


1.00 


,1.54 


1.93 


1.10 


224 


1.51 


1.76 


2.20 




52 


.25 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


154 


1.08 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


48 


.25 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


340 


1.85 


1.76 


2.20 




279 


1.51 


1.76 


2.20 




350 


1.89 


1.98 


2.48 




322 


1.66 


1.76 


2.20 




587 


3.12 


2.64 


3.30 




414 


2.29 


2.20 


2.75 




398 


2.16 


1.76 


2.20 




260 


1.46 


1.76 


2.20 




152 


.86 


1.38 


1.65 




325 


1.78 


1.76 


2.20 





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Fare 

Salt Lake City to Boise City 14.15 

Salt Lake City to Los Angeles . . 32.40 
Salt Lake City to Ogden ....... 1.19 

Salt Lake City to Provo 1.57 

Salt Lake City to Reno 23.44 

Salt Lake City to San Diego 37.10 

Salt Lake City to San Francisco. 32.40 

Salt Lake City to Spokane 28.24 

San Antonio to Austim 2.59 

San Antonio to Galveston 8.37 

San Antonio to Houston 6.80 

San Diego to Los Angeles 4.05 

San Diego to Santa Ana 3.02 

San Diego to Santa Barbara .... 7.45 

San Jose to Stockton 2.65 

San Jose to Watsonville 1.67 

San Francisco to Bakersfield . . , . 9.50 

San Francisco to Portland 21.60 

San Francisco to Reno 9.02 

San Francisco to Richmond 49 

San Francisco to Sacramento . . . 2.70 

San Francisco to San Jose 1.57 

San Francisco to Spokane 33.70 

San Francisco to Stockton 2.54 

San Francisco to Watsonville ... 3.02 

Seattle to Spokane 10.21 

Sioux City to Lincoln 5.21 

Sioux City to Minneapolis 8.99 

Sioux City to St. Paul 8.65 

Sioux Falls to Omaha 8.38 

Sioux Falls to Sioux City 4.96 

Spokane to Calgary 19.17 

Spokane to Missoula 7.72 

Spokane to Wallace 3.24 

Spokane to Walla Walla 5.94 

Spokane to Yakima 7.56 

Springfield to Joplin 3.05 

Springfield to Kansas City ...... 6.52 

Springfield to Muskogee 6.09 

Springfield to Oklahoma City 9.88 

Superior to Duluth 15 

Superior to Fort William 14.26 

Superior to Minneapolis 4.70 

Superior to St. Paul 4.80 

Tacoma to Seattle 1.35 

Tacoma to Spokane 10.21 

Tacoma to Victoria 3.78 

Tulsa to Kansas City 8.29 

Tulsa to Little Rock 9.53 

Tulsa to Memphis 14.13 

Tulsa to Oklahoma City 3.81 

Tulsa to St. Louis 13.77 

Vancouver to Calgary 26.00 

Vancouver to Edmonton 30.15 





100 1b. 


Pullman 




liles 


Excess 


Upper 


Lower 


Tourist 


436 


2.38 


2.20 


2.70 




784 


5.40 


4.40 


5.50 


3.03 


37 


.22 








48 


.27 








576 


3.94 


2.86 


3.85 


2.20 


910 


6.21 


4.84 


6.05 


3.30 


821 


5.40 


4.40 


5.50 


3.03 


924 


4.75 


4.84 


6.05 


- 


80 


.29 


1.38 


1.65 




259 


.93 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


210 


.76 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


126 


.70 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


92 


.54 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


230 


1.24 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


91 


.49 








55 


.32 








313 


1.62 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


771 


3.62 


3.96 


4.95 


2.75 


243 


1.51 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


15 


.25 








89 


.49 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


47 


.25 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


1148 


5.62 


6.16 


7.70 


4.13 


91 


.43 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


102 


.54 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


339 


1.72 


2.16 


2.70 


1.38- 1.08 


156 


.82 








276 


1.34 


1.76 


2.20 




266 


1.34 


1.76 


2.20 




219 


1.30 


1.73 


2.16 




92 


.77 


1.35 


1.62 




516 


2.97 


3.08 


3.85 




238 


1.30 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


100 


.54 


1.76 


2.20 




193 


1.03 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


236 


1.30 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


94 


.54 


1.38 


1.65 




202 


1.13 


1.76 


2.20 




186 


1.03 


1.54 


1.93 




304 


1.67 


1.76 


2.20 




5 


.25 








404 


2.20 


2.00 


2.25 




156 


.75 


1.38 


1.65 




156 


.75 


1.38 


1.65 




41 


.27 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


400 


1.73 


1.98 


2.48 


1.38 


140 


.65 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


262 


1.38 


1.76 


2.20 




304 


1.59 








467 


2.35 








118 


.64 


1.38 


1.65 




424 


2.30 


2.42 


3.03 




642 


3.10 


4.62 


5.77 


2.31- 2.90 


836 


3.60 


5.45 


6.60 


2.75- 3.30 



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Fare 

Vancouver to Seattle 4.05 

Vancouver to Spokane 13.25 

Vancouver to Victoria 2.55 

Vallejo to Chico 4.97 

Vallejo to Richmond 54 

Vallejo to Sacramento 2.11 

Virginia to Duluth 2.54 

Virginia to Fort William 11.61 

Virginia to St. Paul 7.26 

Waco to Austin 3.51 

Waco to Fort Worth 2.86 

Waco to Houston 5.99 

Waco to Little Rock 13.07 

Winnipeg to Calgary 27.85 

Winnipeg to Edmonton 27.85 

Winnipeg to Crookston 6.02 

Winnipeg to Fargo 8.93 

Winnipeg to Fort William 14.65 

Winnipeg to Grand Forks 5.26 

Winnipeg to Minneapolis 13.80 

Winnipeg to Minneapolis 14.15 

Winnipeg to Omaha 25.10 

Winnipeg to Regina 12.45 

Winnipeg to Saskatoon 16.50 

Winnipeg to Spokane 40.35 

Yakima to Portland 9.77 

Yakima to Spokane 7.56 

Yakima to Tacoma 5.08 

Yakima to Walla Walla 4.27 





100 1b. 


Sm'^ 


dc-d 




Miles 


Excess 


Upper 


Lower 


Toi 


164 


.50 


1.00 


1.50 




428 


1.60 


1.98 


3.14 


1.38 


80 


.25 


1.00 


1.50 




159 


.86 








17 


.25 








65 


.35 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


78 


.43 








323 


1.80 


1.50 


1.75 




239 


1.24 


1.75 


2.20 




110 


.55 


1.38 


1.65 




89 


.45 


1.38 


1.65 




185 


.95 


1.76 


2.20 




404 


2.05 




2.97 




833 


3.35 


4.20 


5.25 


2.65 


849 


3.35 


4.20 


5.25 




190 


1.05 








285 


1.40 








420 


1.75 


2.25 


2.75 


1.50 


163 


.85 








454 


2.35 


2.25 


2.75 




454 


2.35 


2.25 


2.75 




831 


4.15 








357 


1.50 


2.05 


2.50 


1.40 


481 


2.00 


2.65 


3.30 




1150 


6.70 


6.85 


8.55 




305 


1.55 


1.76 


2.20 


1.38 


236 


1.20 


1.76 


2.20 


1.10 


161 


.80 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 


157 


.70 


1.38 


1.65 


1.10 





The Theatrical 
Health Resort 

SHERMAN LAKE 

High Up In The Catskills. 

Furnished Summer Cottages. 

Fine Boating and Fishing. 

Modem Hotel. 

DAN. SHERMAN, - - Manager 

DAVENPORT CENTER, N. Y. 



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RELATIVE PULLMAN 


RATES 


Rates for Upper Berth, Compartment & D 


rawing Room 


* These rates apply only in 
Touribt Sleepers. 






^ 








S 






X3 


o 
q 




u 


j3 


t When lower Tourist berth 
rate is $1.50, upper Tour- 


'U 


u 


P^ 


if,^ 


Is 


V4 


Ph 


« 9 -M 


ist berth will be 11.20. 


W 


to 


^-'^ 


« 


bfl 


^?"£ 0- 


% Exception: Between Chi- 


V, 2i 


a «j 


•Sg^e 


^ .2 


B .59 




cago, and St. Paul, or 


p^ 




2^ 


eS O 


p 


p. rt 


S OS 


Minneapolis, rate for Com- 
partment is $5 00 


^Wi2 


*$1.00 


p w 


«c3« 


^B2 


U W 


ft « 


P50.2 


(J) From or to Milwaukee, 
50 cents less. 

@ Applies from Or to Chi- 
cago oniy, 

Q) Applies via Escanabaaud 


*i; 1 . DO 






1 7.25 


n, 5.80 


$26.00 


$20.50 


* 1.25 
1.50 


* 1.00 
t 1.25 






7.50 
7.15 


6.00 
6.20 


27.00 
28.00 


21.00 
22.00 


$ 6.00 


$ 5.00 


1.75 


1.40 


7.00 


5.00 


8.00 


6.40 


28.00 


22.50 


C. & N. W Line. 


2.00 


1.60 


7.00 


X 6.00 


8.25 


6.60 


29.00 


23.50 


From or to Milwaukee, 


2.25 


1.8U 


8.00 


6.50 


8.50 


6.80 


30.00 


24.00 


25 cents less. 


2.50 


2.00 


9.00 


7.00 


8.75 


7.00 


31.00 


24.50 


The rate for SECTION in 


2,75 


2.20 


10.00 


8.00 


9:00 


7.20 


82.00 


25.50 


Standard or Tourist 


3.00 


2.40 


11.00 


8.50 


9.25 


7.40 


33.00 


26.00 


sleeper, consisting of 


8.25 


2.60 


12.00 


9.50 


9.50 


7.60 


34.00 


27.00 


lower and upper berths, 


8.50 


2.80 


13.00 


10.00 


9.75 


7.80 


35.00 


27.50 


will be the sum of rates 


3.75 


8.00 


14.00 


10.60 


10.00 


8.00 


35.00 


28.00 


for one upper and one 
lower berth. 


4.00 


8.20 


14.00 


11.50 


10.25 


8.20 


36.00 


29.00 


4.25 


3.40 


15.00 


12.00 


10.50 


8.40 


37.00 


29.50 


WAR TAX. — In addi- 


4.50 


3.60 


16.00 


13.00 


10.75 


8.60 


38.00 


80.50 


tion to tlie Sleeping Car 


4.75 

5.00 


8.80 
4.00 


17.00 
18.00 


18.50 
14.00 


11.00 
11. :5 


8.80 
9.00 


39.00 
40.00 


81.00 
31.50 


rates shown above, a war 

tax of 8 per cent of tlic 

amount paid will be 
charged fromU. S. points 
From poin's in Canada 


5.25 
5.50 


4.20 
4.40 


19.0.0 
20.<t0 


15.00 
15.50 


11.50 
11.75 


9.20 
9.40 


41.00 
42.00 


82.50 
88.00 


5.75 


4.60 


21.00 


16.50 


12.00 


9.60 


42.00 


84.00 


Canadian War Tax of 10 


6.00 


4.80 


21.00 


17. OO 


12.25 


9.80 


43.00 


34.50 


cents per Beat in parlor 


6.25 


5.00 


22.00 


17.50 


12.50 


10.00 


44.00 


85.00 


cars, and 10 per cent of 


6.50 


5.20 


23.00 


18.50 


12.75 


10.20 


45.00 


36.00 


amounts paid for sleeping 


6.75 


5.40 


24.00 


19.00 


13.00 


10.40 


46.00 


36.50 


berths with a minimum 


7.00 


5.60 


25.00 


20.00 


13,25 


10.60 


17.00 


37.50 


of 25 cenis for each berth 










13.50 


10.80 


48.00 


38.00 


•will apply. 



Barney Charles 

STONE & MANNING 



( ( 



Vaudeartists ' ' 



^## 



(The Original) 

Marlette's Manikins 

The Most Elaborate and 

Greatest Comedy 

Marionette Production 

in America. 

Address care "Variety." 



THE CROMWELLS 

Greatest Juggling Act in the World 

Excepting Kara, Salerno, Chinko, Wally, Mozetto, 

Zarmo,Weems, Mowatts, Hartley, Bartling, Pollard, 

DeLisle, Paul Vandy, Max Millian, Nolan 

and thousands of others. 

We Are, However, Practicing Hard 



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THE ACKERMAN & HARRIS HIPPODROME CIRCUIT. 

Home Office: "Circuit BIdg.", O'Farrell St., San Francisco, Calif. 

Mr. Sam Harris, Gen'l Mgr. Mrs. Ella Weston, Booking Mgr. 

Mr. Tom Burchill, Chicago Booking Mgr., State-Lake Theatre BIdg. 



Fargo, N. D. 
Aberdeen, S. D. 
Jamestown, N. D. 
Billings, Mont. 
Livingston, Mont. 
Great Falls, Mont. 
Butte, Mont. 
Anaconda, Mopt. 
Wallace, Idaho 
Spokane, Wash. 

Walla Walla. Wash 
Yakima, Wash. 
Vancouver, B. C. 
Seattle, Wash. 
Tacoma, Wash. 
Portland, Ore. 
Chico, Calif. 
Sacramento, Calif. 

San Francisco, Calif. 
San Francisco, Calif. 
San Francisco, Calif. 
Oakland, Calif. 
San Jose, Calif. 
Stockton, Calif. 
Fresno, Calif. 
Bakersfield, Calif. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
San Diego, Calif. 
Provo, Utah 

Salt Lake City, Utah 
Ogden Utah 
Rock Springs, Colo. 
Cheyenne, Wyo. 
Greeley, Colo. 
Fort Collins, Colo. 
Denver, Colo. 
Pueblo, Colo. 
La Junta, Colo. 
Trinidad, Colo. 



Grand Theatre 
Orpheum Theatre 
Opera House 
Babcock Theatre 
Strand Theatre 
Palace Theatre 
Peoples Hip. Theatre 
Blue Bird Theatre 
Grand Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 

Liberty Theatre 
Empire Theatre 
Columbia Theatre 
Palace Hip. Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 
Majestic Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 

Casino Theatre 
Princess Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 
Clune Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 
Hippodrome Theatre 
Columbia Theatre 



Grand Theatre 
Princess Theatre 
Sterling Theatre 
Empress Theatre 
Tabor Grand 
Princess Theatre 
Rourke Theatre 



Booked by 

Tom Burchill, Chicago 



Booked by 
Kelly-Burns, Seattle. 



Booked by Mrs. Weston 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Booked by 

Tom Burchill, Chicago 



sidelHns''''!?''/l!ifi'nn* "".Vr!^^!- f"^^- ^^^ ^^"^ *« C^^^^^«' exclusive of 
of tour!? ' obtained in Chicago at beginning 

W«lS''Qif^'^^*''|P '''' ^^^ Circuit: Oaks to Aberdeen, Pasco to Walla 
Walla, Seattle to Vancouver and Los Angeles to San Diego and return. 



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The One and Only 

"B O Z O" 

(Tommy Snyder) 
BACK IN BURLESQUE 
''A Comedian who can"Comede 

UNDER DIRECTION BARNEY GERARD 

Permanent Address 3170 Arizona St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



jj 



BERT & FLORENCE 

MAYO 

(Formerly 
The Flying Mayos) 

—IN- 

"A Novel 
Idea" 

American Representative 

MISS G. BROWN 

Palace Theatre Bldg. 
New York City 



Foreign Representative 

H. B. Marinelli, Ltd. 

1465 Broadway 
New York City 




POTTER & HARTWELL 



tt 



RUTH BUDD 

Vaudeville and Pictures 



f» 



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INTER-STATE CIRCUIT. 

Fort Worth, Texas - - - -Galveston, Texas 

Majestic Theatre Grand Opera House 

Dallas, Texas Austin, Texas 

Majestic Theatre Majestic Theatre 

Houston, Texas Little Rock, Arkansas - - - - 

Majestic Theatre Majestic Theatre 

San Antonio, Texas - - - -Waco, Texas . - . - - 

Majestic Theatre Auditorium Theatre 

KARL HOBLITZELLE, President 
Chicago, Illinois 
MISS CELIA BLOOM, Booking Managress 
Palace Theatre BIdg., New York City 
(This circuit also books a few other smaller cities in the Middle 
West that will be found listed in our other book, "The Central States 
Vaudeville Pathfinder." 



EADIE i RAMSDEN 

COMEDY DUO 



Representative 



James Plunkett^ 

Palace Theatre Building 
New York City 



Ray W. Snow 

Tke Man Atout Town 
assisted by 

NARINE VELMAR 



IN 



ii 



You Pick 'Em" 

by JOE LAURIE of 

Laurie & Bronson 

Western Representative 

HARRY W. SPINGOLD. 

Eastern Representative 

ALF. T. WILTON. 



FRED. DUPREZ 

American Representative 

SAM. BAERWITZ, 1493 Broadway, New York. 

European Representative 

JUIAN WYLIE, 5 Lisle Sir a Jt, Liilii 




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CLAIRE VINCENT 

In Her Latest Comeay Success 

"NO TRESPASSING" 

KEITH AND ORPHEUM CIRCUIT 
Direction Arthur Klein 



Moran & Wiser 

International 
Comedians 
And Hat 
Manipulators 

Tkey keep all secrets 
"'Under Tneir Hats' 



Direction of 

EDW.S.KELLAR 

Palace Theatre Building 

New York City 



THE 

MYSTERIOUS 

MYSTER 

HERBERT BROOKS 

"MYSTERFIER" 

A ''Mystery' Even to 
His Friends 



Permanent Address 

1245 85TH STREET 
BROOKYN, N. Y. 



"The Pioneers of Freeport'^ 

(Chas. B.) Middleton & Spellmeyer (Leora) 



Presenting tkeir new western acts 

"THE RAINBOW'S END' 

AND 

"A TEXAS WOOING" 

Playing America and England 



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23 



ORPHEUM CIRCUIT 



San Francisco, California 

Orpheum Theatre 
Oakland, California - 

Orpheum Theatre 
Los Angeles, California 

Orpheum Theatre 
Salt Lake City, Utah - 

Orpheum Theatre 
Denver, Colorado - 

Orpheum Theatre 
Winnipeg, Man., Canada 

Orpheum Theatre 
Kansas City, Missouri - 

Orpheum Theatre 
Omaha, Nebraska 

Orpheum Theatre 
Lincoln, Nebraska 

Orpheum Theatre 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Orpheum Theatre 
St. Paul, Minnesota - 

Orpheum Theatre 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Orpheum Theatre 
Memphis, Tennessee - 

Orpheum Theatre 
Duluth, Minnesota 

Orpheum Theatre 
Sioux City, Iowa - 

Orpheum Theatre 



St. 



St. 



Vancouver, B. C, Canada 
Orpheum Theatre 
Louis, Missouri 
Orpheum Theatre 
Louis, Missouri 
Forrest Park Highlands 

• Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
Majestic Theatre 

• Chicago, Illinois - 
Majestic Theatre 

-Chicago, Illinois - 

Palace Theatre 
-Chicago, Illinois - 

State-Lake Theatre 
-Memphis, Tennessee - 

East End Park 
-Louisville, Kentucky - 

Fontaine Ferry Park 
-Fresno, California 

White Theatre 
-Sacramento, California 

Clunie Theatre 
-Stockton, California - 

Yosemite Theatre 

• Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
Grand Theatre 

-Seattle, Washington - 

Moore Theatre 
-Portland, Oregon - 
Heilig Theatre 
M. MEYERFELD, JR., President 
MARTIN BECK, Managing Director 
FRANK VINCIENT, Booking Manager 
Palace Theatre BIdg., New York City 
G. HORACE MORTIMER, Mgr. Press Dept. 
Palace Theatre BIdg., New York City 



National Vaudeville 
Artists 

NEW YORK CITY 
Henry Chesterfield, Sec. 

DUES PAYABLE 

APRIL AND OCTOBER 




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Arthur O. Helen Marie 

MAY, KILDUFF & ALLERTON 

In a Character Comedy Skit by 
LEW SULLY 

ENTITLED 

"A HANDY MAN" 

(Every Opery Needs One) 
Permanent Address Apartment K 1, The Lessing, 550 Surf St., Chicago 



MaidieDeLong 

"The 

Base Ball 

Bug" 

Never Imitated 

Why? 

Because 

"There Ain't No Such 
Animal" 


Fay and Jack 

Smith 

IN 

Comedy 
Songs 
Sayings 
Pianologue 

and 

"What=Nots" 



ANDERSEN'S MUSICAL REVUES 

Playing Exclusively 

Pontages ''Time'' 



Tel. Rogers Park 3445 

1813 Chase Avenue 



CHAS. ANDERSON, Owner 

Rogers Park, Chicago, III 



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Cleveland, Ohio - 

Miles' Theatre 
Detroit, Michigan 

Regent Theatre 
Detroit, Mich - . 

Orpheum Theatre 
Chicago, Illinois - 

People's Theatre 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Pantages' Theatre 
Winnipeg, Man., Canada - 

Pantages' Theatre 
Regina, Sas. 

Regina Theatre 
Sasikatoon, Sas. - 

Empire Theatre 

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
Pantages' Theatre 

Calgary, Alberta, Canada - 
Pantages' Theatre 

Great Falls, Montana - 

Opera House 
Helena, Montana - 

Marlowe Theatre 

Butte, Montana - 

Broadway Theatre 

Anaconda, Montana 
Margaret Theatre 

Missoula, Montana 

Liberty Theatre 
Spokane, Washington - 

Pantages' Theatre 



PANTAGES' CIRCUIT. 

Seattle, Washington - 

Pantages' Theatre 
Vancouver, B. C, Canada 

Pantages' Theatre 
Victoria, B. C, Canada 

Pantages' Theatre 
Tacoma, Washington - 

Pantages' Theatre 
Portland, Oregon 

Pantages' Theatre 
Fresno, Cal. - 

Victory Theatre 
San Francisco, California 

Pantages' Theatre 
Oakland, California 

Pantages' Theatre 
Los Angeles, California 

Pantages' Theatre 
San Diego, California - 

Savoy Theatre 
Long Beach, Cal. - 

Hoyt Theatre 
Salt Lake City, Utah - 

Pantages' Theatre 
Ogden, Utah - 

Orpheum Theatre 
Denver, Colorado - 

Empress Theatre 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Burns' Theatre 
Pueblo, Colorado - 

Majestic Theatre 
Kansas City, Missouri - 

Pantages' Theatre 
St. Louis, Mo. - 

Empress Theatre 



Within a short period this circuit will add, by arrangement or con 
str'uction, theatres In Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton, London, Pittsburgh^ 
Memphis, Fort Worth and New York. 
HEAD OFFICE, SEATTLE, WASH. BRANCH OFFICES AS BELOW 



ALEX. PANTAGES, Gen'l Mgr 

New York Rep't, 
WALTER F. KEEFE 

1482 Broadway 

San Francisco Rep't, 
J. J. CLUXTON 

Pantages' Theatre BIdg. 



EDW. MILNE, Ass't Gen'l Mgr. 

Chicago Rep't, 
JAS. O'NEAL 

(Nan. M. Elliott, Office Mgr.) 
1106 North American BIdg. 

Los Angeles Rep't, 
CARL J. WALKER 

Pantages' Theatre BIdg. 

Mgr. Press Bureau, JAS. H. RICE, Pantages' Theatre BIdg. 

Where This Book Can Be Obtained 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

(Continued on Next Page) 



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PANTAGES CIRCUIT 

(Continued from page 25) 

Send photos all to Minneapolis. Thirty sets are required, which covers 
the circuit from Minneapolis back to Kansas City, through the South, 
St. Louis. Detroit and Cleveland. Photos taken care of and are all 
returned to the Publicity Bureau, and are returned to the acts at the 
termination of their engagement. Also send to Minneapolis all press 
matter (and plenty of it), billing, prop list, etc., as soon as you are 
booked. The "show ahead" meets the "show behind" several times dur- 
ing the tour, some of the meetings points being Minneapolis, Calgary, 
Spokane, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Salt Lake. You also 
meet the show three weeks ahead at Seattle on your return from Van- 
couver. 

The Blanket R. R. Ticket from Chicago back to Chicago at present 
amounts to $155.27 and with the side jumps added amount, all told, to 
about $201.00. Unless otherwise requested, tickets read Soo Line, Chi- 
cago to Minneapolis, but if desired acts will be routed Chicago to Min- 
neapolis over the C. & N. W. or C. M. & St. P. (C. M. & St. P. have a 
day time train.) Acts can pay fare, Chicago to Minneapolis, and secure 
coast ticket of Minneapolis manager. Government ruling is that ticket 
must read from and back to same point. From June to October a lower 
summer rate is in effect, but it is almost impossible to begin and end the 
circuit within the specified time. 

Deduction for fares begins at Minneapolis. Usually $25.00 a person 
each week until paid, though, naturally, the more you pay the sooner you 
liquidate the account and the "pleasure is all yours" when you receive 
your salary every week intact, with no fares to pay. 



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SOUTHERN MANAGERS' VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT. 
(Booked in Conjunction With the Pantages' Circuit.) 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - - - Orpheum Theatre 

Liberty Theatre San Antonio, Texas - 

Muskogee, Oklahoma ... - Royal Theatre 

Broadway Theatre Houston, Texas .... 

Dallas, Texas Prince Theatre 

Jefferson Theatre St. Louis, Missouri 

Waco, Texas Empress Theatre 

CHAS. E. HODKINS, Booking Manager 

1106 North American BIdg. Chicago, Illinois 

W. E. WEATHERFORD, President 

Dallas, Texas 

WM. EPSTEIN, Vice-President 

San Antonio, Texas 

H. W. McCALL, Secretary and Treasurer 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

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you' until after the first ten minutes of your act." 

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PROFANITY. 

By Dr. Frank Crane. 

The trouble with profanity is not so much that it is wicked, but 
that It is just plain dirty. 

It is not so much that you shock religious people, as that you 
disgust decent people. 

Swearers are behind the times. They are hold-overs from a former 
century. A hundred years ago or so swearing was a habit indulged in 
by all classes. Hostlers swore in the stable, gentlemen swore in the 
club, boys swore in the street, and ladies swore in the parlor. Husband 
and wife cursed each other across the breakfast table. 

The world has grown more decent since then. A gentleman that 
would curse in the presence of ladies would be hustled away, and never 
invited again. 

Americans, in former times, were so profane that the porters of 
the railway stations, in Europe, on seeing an American traveler alight 
from a train, would shout, "Right this way, Mr. Goddam!" 

Nowadays anybody who sw^ears is set down at once as being coarse 
and vulgar. 

Nobody wants a swearer in the office, nor in the theatre, nor on 
the train, nor in the hotel. The only place swearing fits is the saloon. 

Swearing means you don't know how to talk. Your vocabulary is 
limited. It is the sign of ignorance. 

Swearing means weakness. You will notice that forceful men, whose 
words carry weight, use simple, plain words. 

When you swear it shows your impotence. It is the petty refuge of 
the helpless. If you can help a thing, help it; if not, keep still; any- 
way, don't swear. 

Swearing has bad kin. It goes with ignorance, brutality, cruelty, 
drunkenness, licentiousness, viciousness and anger. And you can tell a- 
habit by the company it keeps. 

Swearing that is the sudden, impulsive exclamation is not so bad 
compared with swearing that has become a vile habit. And when a 
man gets the habit of sprinkling oaths through his speech constantly 
he ought to be tied out in the barn with the pigs. 

To abstain from swearing does not mean you are a sissy. It simply 
means you're decent. 

To show you are manly, you don't have to have a dirty face, nor 
black finger nails, nor greasy clothes, nor tousled hair. You can be manly 
though clean. And you are not showing any manliness by filthy talk. 

Even if you want to hurt anybody's feelings, or insult any one the 
worst way, use plain English; it hurts much worse than curses. 

Altogether, swearing is a useless, unclean and offensive habit. 

Quit it! 



(Publisher's Note.) It is noticeable to every one that profanity 
around the theatre of late years is the exception instead of the rule. 



Read the Stage Manager's letter on page 69, which the author has termed 
"THE PROPER SPIRIT." 



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A "good" agent to a performer is one who knows how to 
abbreviate a telegram. (Author) 



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What prof iteth a manager to engage a "cheaper ' act if 
his patrons pronounce it "Punk"? 



32 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



THE VAUDEVILLE ACTOR. 
Written Expressly for This Publication by Ray Snow. 
A broken-down vaudeville actor. 
Passed on, from this world of care; 
And stood at the Portals of Heaven, 
Awaiting his trial there. - 
The Guardian-Angel impassive. 

Questioned the applicant bold: 
"By what right do you hope to enter 
And become one of the Fold?" 
His weary eyes gazed through the portals,. 
And he answered with trembling lips — 
As he saw the Stars with their "wardrobes," 
Then looked at his two well-worn grips. 
"It isn't by right I apply, sir, 
But looking for mercy, you see, 
I've never done much in my lifetime, 

'Big-timers' don't even know me. 
I've always done three, four and five shows 
And with Red Cross Benefits, too. 
And then I worked hard for the War Stamps, 
You see, I've had plenty to do. 
Of course, this was all done 'free gratis,' 
I helped just to show where I stood. 
It didn't leave much of my salary. 
Liberty Bonds? — Yes, I bought what I could. 
The laymen always have told us 
That we were a pretty bad lot. 
They may have been right, sir, 
That's what some preachers have taught. 
When the war came, I went to the front, sir, 
I gave my life, all that I had. 
I guess I have been quite a rounder. 
And maybe they're right, we're all bad. 
But I never brought sorrow to no one — 
And I've made people laugh by the score." 
"You're much better than hosts of your betters," 
Said the Angel, throwing ooen the door. 



A STANDARD ACT THAT IS ALWAYS NEW. 

The Six Musical Nosses. 

A Fast Act FuU of Class, Ginger and Jazz. 

1 ou can t stana still m the sho^v Dusmess, or you 11 
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Delineator of Refined Hebrew Characters. 
Who does not offend or ridicule. 

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With several unfiled cards in their pocket a booker, manager or 
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opinion on acts seen by them in any theatre that they may happen to 
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This is an information card as well as a report, showing style of 
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Balto. & Ohio R. R Grand Cent. Station Dearborn Station 

"Big Four" R. R 111. Central " Polk & Dearborn Sts. 

"Burlington Route" Union " Tel. Harrison 78 

Chesapeake & Ohio Dearborn 

Chicago & Alton R. R Union 

Chi., Burl. & Quiney Union " Grand Central Station 

Chi. & Eastern 111. Dearborn " So. Wells & Harrison 

Chi. Great Western Grand Cent. " Tel. Harrison 815 

Chi., Ind. & Southern La Salle St. 

Chi., Milwaukee & St. P Union 

Chi., R. I. & Pacific La Salle St. " Illinois Central Station 

Chi. & West. Ind. R. R Dearborn " Lake Front & 12th St. 

Cleve., Cin., Chi. & St. L.. . .111. Central " Tel. Harrison 7620 

Erie R. R Dearborn 

Grand Trunk R. R Dearborn 

111. Central R. R 111. Central " La Salle St. Station 

Lake Shore & Mich. So La Salle St. " Van Buren & La Salle St. 

Mich. Central 111. Central " Tel. Wabash 4200 

Minn., St. Paul & S. S. M Grand Cent. 

Monon Route Dearborn " 

New York Cent. Lines La Salle St. " Northwestern Station 

N. Y., Chi. & St. Louis La Salle St. " W. Madison & Canal 

"Nickel Plate" R. R La Salle St. " Tel. Main 288 

"Pan Handle" Route Union " 

Penna. Lines Union " 

Pere Marquette R. R Grand Cent. " Union Station 

Pitts., Cin., Chi. & St. L Union " Adams St. & Canal 

Pitts., Ft. Wayne & Chi Union " Tel. Franklin 6700 

"Rock Island" R. R La Salle St. 

Santa Fe R. R Dearborn 

"Soo" Line Grand Cent 

Wabash R. R Dearborn 

United States Railroad Administration City Ticket Office. 

West Jackson Blvd., between S. Wells and Sherman Sts., Chicago. 

Tel. Information, Wabash 4600. 

Office open 8:80 A. M., until 5:30 P. M. Saturday, 8:30 until 3. 

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Chicago, Illinois. 

Mgr.— Wm. G. Tisdale. 
Stage Mgr. — Abe Jacobs. 
Carpenter — Joe Uhrich. 
"Props." — A. H. Marshall. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 76 feet. 
Height of Grid— 81 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 36 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 70. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 9 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 
Night Show— 8 P. M. 



Majestic Theatre (Orpheum). 

Conductor — Chas. Fisher. 

Treas. — Frank S. Rivers. 

Spot Operator — B. Lambert. 

Flyman — Wm. Stuart. 

Grip.— 3. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 17. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Opening Day — Monday. 

Shows Daily — 2. 

Shows Saturday — 2. 

Shows Sunday — 2. 

Rehearsal — 9 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Sunday P. M. 

Where Salary Paid — Mrg's. Oflfice. 



Baggageman — Commonwealth Tran. Co. 
Theatre has shower baths. 
Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Violin, Comet, Trombone, Drums, Clar- 
ionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello, Viola. 
Next usual stand is St. Louis. 
C. & A. R. R.— Leave 11:30 P. M.; Arrive 7:50 A. M. 



Palace Music Hal 



Chicago, Illinois. 

Mgr. — Earl Steward. 
Stage Mgr. — Max Vashold. 
Carpenter — Thomas Tipping. 
"Props." — Herbert Green. 
Electr. — W. M. Hueston. 
Current— 110 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 45 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 74 feet. 
Height of Grid— 80 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 27 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 110. 
Stage Open— 11 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Baggageman — Central Trans 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — ^Violin, Cornet, Trombone, 
ionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello, Viola. 



Conductor — Harry Rogers. 
Treas. — Edw. Saunders. 
Press Rep't. — Sam'l Lederer. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 24. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 2. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily— 2. 
Shows Saturday — 2. 
Shows Sunday — 2. 
Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 
Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 
Rehearsal^lO A. M. 
Salary Paid — Sunday Matinee. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
So. Trunks $1 (round trip). 



Drums, Clar- 




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Originator of Lester Brilliant Hats, Heels, 

Designs and jeweling effects, more brilliant than 
Rhinestones, inlaid into your gowns, costumes and 
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"Within the Call of the Booking Office** 

Hotel St. Regis 

512-522 North Clark Street 
CHICAGO, ILL. 

W. E. ANDERSON, Proprietor 
H. C. STEWART, Gen'l. Mgr. 

The same management operates the Marion 
and Breslin Hotels. 

Rooms, Single, $L00 
Rooms, Double, 1.50 

SPECIAL whekly rates 

Every Attention Given to the Comfort of Artists. 

KRAMER 6 LEVY 

ARTISTS' REPRESENTATIVES 

CONSUMERS BUILDING 

220 South State Street - 

// you nave any oj^en time write, wire or ^none. 
Telephone Harrison 6757 



Single, witk bath, $1.50 
Double, witb batb, 2.00 



PHONE RANDOLPH 4319 

JACK J. FOX 

VAUDEVILLE MANAGER 

PRODUCER AND ARTISTS' 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Standard Trust & Saving Bank Bldg. 

105 WEST MONROE STREET 

CHICAGO. ILL. 



John H. Bentley 

Artists ' Representative 

ROOM 712 CRILLY BLDG. 
35 S. DEARBORN STREET 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



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CHICAGO, ILL. 

Mgr. — Al Lyons. 
Stage Mgr. — Wm. C. Maier. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Abe Lewis. 
Electr.— Bob Stone. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C.-D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 53 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 85 feet. 
Height of Grid— 56 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 33 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 53. 
Stage Open— 11 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 8:30 P. M. 

Theatre has Shower Baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Flute. 

Stage has "Baby Grand" piano which is kept locked. 



PEOPLES THEATRE 

Conductor — Wm. Meyer. 

Treas. — Jos. Valsek. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Flyman — Fred Du Pong. 

Grip— Lee Wolff. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 14. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 1; bal. 

above. 
No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 
Opening Day — Mon. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily — One. 
Matinee — Wed., Sat. and Sun. 
Rehearsal — 12 Noon. 
Salary Paid — After Show. 
Where Salary Paid — Mgrs. Office. 



LEON A. BEREZNIAK 

THEATRICAL ATTORNEY 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, 70 W. MONROE STREET 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

If you are ''Wild Gating'* in Vaudeville see 

ALLEN SUMMERS 

VAUDEVILLE MANAGER and PRODUCER 

Suite 709, 118 N. LA SALLE ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 
Phones Franklin 2954— Humboldt 5882 



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Txc UNION RESTAURANT 

68 West Randolph St., between Clark & T>earborn Sts, 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

Excellent Food - - Distinctive Service 
POPULAR PRICES 



DE BERRI SCENIC CO. 

922 W. Monroe Street 
CHICAGO, ILL. 

Phone Haymarket 2168 

%^elvet Drapes, 

T)ye Drops, 

Everything In The 
Line of Scenery. 

When ready for that new 
setting, drop in and have a 
chat. We may help out with 
a suggestion or two. 

No obligation to buy. 

At any rate; get our prices 
before ordering. 

Nothing too Large for the 
De Berri Company, 



COMMONWEALTH 

TRANSFER COMPANY 

28 OUINCY STREET 

Opp. Great Northern Hippodrome 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

Phone Harrison 2144 

or 7217 

TRUNKS AND SCENERY 
HAULED TO ANY HOTEL 
OR THEATRE IN CHICAGO 

PRICES MODERATE 

PROMPT SERVICE 

Official Baggagemen for the 
Great Northern Hippodrome 
Rialto, McVickers and Majes- 
tic. 

Ads arriving in Chicago write or 
wire. 




HOTFT 

WASHINGTON 

167-169 West Washington Street 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 

Phone Franklin 5400 Fireproof 

'7n the Heart of the Loop" 

Rooms with and Special Rates to Performers 

without Bath E. L. WENZEL, Pres. and Mgr. 



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CHICAGO, ILL. 

Manager — Harry Singer 
Stage Mgr. — W. F. Brown. 
Carpenters — Stage Manager and 

Bob Campbell. 
"Props." — Tom Colbum and Bill 

Horsky. 
Electricians — Bob Sanderson and 

Ed. Quinlan. 
Current— 110 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 56 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 122 feet. 
Height of Grid— 64 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 29 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 70 
Stage Open— 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 9 A. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Quick Service Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Central Trans. Co. Trunks 75c. (round trip.) 

Theatre has 2 Shower Baths. 

Number in Orchestra — 10. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Organ, 2nd Violin, Cello. 



STATE-LAKE THEATRE 

Conductor — Jas. Henshel and Frank 

Cummins. 
Operator — Sullivan Sc Melinck. 
Flyman — Burns and Reader. 
Grip — Kuessner, O'Day, Bishop, 

Wilson, McCloskey and Polo. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 20. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 1; 8 above. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily — 3 or 4. 
Shows Saturday — Same. 
Shows Sunday — Same. 
Matinee — 12:45 Noon (Continuous). 
Rehearsal — 9 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Sunday Night. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Malcolm Eagle 



Sol. Goldsmith 



EAGLE&GOLDSMITH 

ARTISTS' REPRESENTATIVES 

W.V.M.A-ORPHEUM 

INTERSTATE and 

CHICAGO BRANCH of the 

B. F. KEITH Vaudeville Exchange 

Suite 504 177 N. State St. 

Opp. State-Lake CHICAGO 



$20 KILPATRICK'S $20 

VAUDEVILLE POLICY 

$5,000 Acciaental Death. 
$25 per week Sickness or Accident 

Covers Man or Woman — Singer or 
Acrobat— all Over the World. 

NORTH AMERICAN ACC'T. INS. CO. 

ROOKERY BLDG. 

CHICAGO. ILL. 




AN ARRANGER OF ''NOTE" 

616 State-Lake Bldg. 

Chicago, 111. 

MUSIC ARRANGED. COPIED. AND 

TRANSPOSED FOR ALL COMBINATIONS 

OF VOICES OR INSTRUMENTS. 

Orchestrations Made from Voice 

Prices Right 



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INCOME TAX AND EXEMPTIONS. 
(The following announcement has been issued by the Internal Revenue 
Department for the information and guidance of theatrical players in 
making up income tax returns.) 

EXPENSES ALLOWED AS DEDUCTIONS 

Advertising. 

Cartage and freight on scenery and effects. 

Cleaning, laundering, pressing and repair of stage costumes. 

Commissions paid to agents and booking offices. 

Insurance on stage scenery and effects. 

Music and stage effects which have a life not exceeding one year. 

Powder, paint, etc. 

Salaries and wages of assistants and helpers. 

Storage of scenery and stage effects. 

Telephone and telegraph messages and postage in connection with 
business. 

Traveling expenses, including railroad fares, taxi and bus hire, excess 
baggage, transfer of baggage, etc., but not including hotel bills, boarding, 
lodging or meals. 

Personal, living, and family expenses are not deductible from gross 
income. Expenses incurred by your wife or husband or children travel- 
ing with you for pleasure or companionship, who do not assist you pro- 
fessionally, are not deductible. 

DEPRECIATION. 

Payments for the purchase of musical instruments, costumes, wigs, 
scenery and other stage effects with an estimated life of more than one 
year are not deductible from gross income, but under the heading 
"Depreciation," artists may claim a reasonable amount for the deprecia- 
tion arising from wear and tear of such articles. This depreciation is 
allowable only in respect to costumes, etc., used exclusively in connection 
with the artist's profession. 

EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED. 

Single man or woman ; $1,000.00 

Married person living with wife or husband 2,000.00 

Each child under eighteen years of age dependent upon parent 

for support 200,00 

for support 200.00 

The exemption of a married couple without dependent children 

can in no case exceed 2,000.00 

It is highly desirable that each artist keep a book showing on the 
left-hand page the amount of money received each week, and on the 
right-hand page, all deductible expenses. Always get bills. 

Business firms are allowed the expenses of their travelers which 
same rule is applicable to Performjers in a reasonable sense who own 
their own homes wherein they keep their families, provided there is no 
monetary income derived from the house and it is occupied solely by his 
or her family. The question in point being that they have a room to 
sleep in at home for which they pay taxes or rent but their line of work 
calls for them to be away a portion of the year with the added expense 
of a hotel room which should be chargeable as a deduction. This applies 
to the hotel room only and not the meals as that is an expense they 
would have either at home or away. This suggestion is not authentic 
but allowable by any fair minded Revenue Collector. Play fair with 
the Government and do not attempt to obtain this deduction for a house 
owned by some relative or from a house that you might receive rental. 



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Al ''Good Buy for Lumbago 

Roberts' Lumbago Remedy 

This remeJy is a powerful and dependable prescription for 
tke treatment of Lumtago and kas a kistory of success cover- 
ing a period of ten years. 

Roberts' Lumbago Remedy 

kas teen used successfully by many well known performers 
and otkers m private life. Standard artists suck as Rat/ Snow, 
Chinko, Herbert Lloyd, Harry Hill aini. Phil Peters kave and 
will testify to tke merits of tkis remedy. 

A trial of tkis remedy is particularly urged \vkere otker rem- 
edies kave failed. 

Roberts' Lumbago Remedy 

will ke sent to any address on receipt of price, $2.00, wkick 
to a Lumkago sufferer is a ckeap investment. 

ROBERTS" MEDICINE COMPANY 

T. B. Love, President 
19tk y York Sts., Pkiladelpkia, Pa. 

Reference: Tke Autkor or tkis kook guarantees tke business standing of 
tke above firm and may be communicated witb reference to tbe same. 

''WE CURED HIMr 

Aberdeen, N. D. Orpheum Theatre. 

Mgr. — H. L. Walker. Conductor — Miss Lillian Eagelson. 

Current — 110 volts D. C. Treas. — H. E. Walker. 

Proscenium Opening — 33 feet. Press Rep't. — Howard Safford. 

Wall to Wall— 50 feet. No. Dressing Rooms — 12. 

Height of Grid — 65 feet. Stage Dressing Rooms — 1. 

Depth of Stage — 32 feet. No. Days Engaged — 2 or 3. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Sets of Lines — 32 Shows Saturday — 3. 

Stage Open — 8 A. M. Shows Sunday — 4. 

Mail Back — 9 A. M. Rehearsal — 1 P. M. 

Matinee— 2 P. M. Salary Paid — After last Show. 

First Night Show — 7 P. M. Where Salary Paid — Box Office. 

Theatre Laundry — Aberdeen Steam Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Aberdeen Trans. Co. Trunks 50c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Nine. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Cello. 

Local Newspapers — "American" (A. M.); "News" (P. M.). 

Next stand usually Jamestown or Billings. 



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ANACONDA, MONTANA. 



BLUE BIRD THEATRE (A. & H.) 



Mgr. — ^Albert Nadeau. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — Frank Snazel. 
Proscenium Opening — 21 feet 
Wall to Wall— 48 feet. 
Height of Grid— 42 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 18 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 5 feet. 
Stage Open — 11 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Baggageman 
trip). 



Conductor — Walter Bumps. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 
No. Days Engaged — 1. 
Opening Day — Sunday. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — After Last Show. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Roy Wright Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round 



Number in Orchestra — Four. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums. 
Next usual stand is Spokane. B. A. & P., N. P. R. .R. 
Local Newspaper — Morning "Standard," 5c. 



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NEXT TO THE O'DONNELL HOUSE. 
(No. 2 Location on Map) 
CATERING TO THE 

VAUDEVILLE ARTISTES 

WHO ENJOY 

"Good Eats" 

PROPERLY COOKED. 



A story is told of Mr. Jimi Thornton to the effect that he received a 
wire from an equally prominent performer which read: "Heard you 
wrote a new song. Send song. If good, will send check." Mr. Thornton 
replied: "Send check. If good, will send song." 



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Anaconda, Montana. Margaret Theatre (Pantages) 

Mgr. — D. C. Scott. Conductor — Mabel Lewis. 

Stage Mgr. — Arthur Moughton. Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Carpenter — Stage Mgr. Flyman — Harry Dunn. 

"Props." — Fred Moore. Grip — John Sullivan. 

Electr. — Ernest Cornelius. No. Dressing Rooms — 8. 

Current — Volts A. C, D. C. Stage Dressing Rooms — 4. 

Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. No. Days Engaged — 1. 

Wall to Wall — 58 feet. Opening Day — Wednesday. 

Height of Grid — 48 feet. Shows Daily — 2. 

Depth of Stage— 34 feet. First Night Show— 7:15 P. M. 

^^«r^+l, r.f «'rk„^" c f^^4. No. Matinees. 

Depth of One -6 feet. ^^.^ ^^^^_^ p^ m. 

Sets of Lmes— 33. Rehearsal— 5 P. M. 

Stage Open — 1 P. M. Salary Paid in Butte. 

Theatre Baggageman — Hogg Trans. Co. Theatre pays transfer. 

Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Clarionette. 

Local Newspapers — "Standard" (A. M.) 5c. 

Next usual stand is Missoula. Manager pays fare as far as Durant. 

Leave at 7:35 A. M. via B. A. & P. R. R. Arrive at Durant at 8:07 
A. M., where you change cars to the Nor, Pac. R. R. and arrive in Missoula 
at 11:35 A. M. 

Hotel Shapard, directly in front of the station to the right. Best bet 
in town. 



THE O'DONNELL HOUSE 

117 E. Park Street, :-: Anaconda, Mont. 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 

« (Single $1.00 Hot and Cold Water 

Kooms: < jj^^i^i^ ^^23 in Every Room. 



All Modern Hotel Conveniences. 
Recommended hy the best Performers. 



IF THIS BOOK PLEASES YOU, EXPRESS YOUR PRAISE "FORTE" 
IF IT DOES NOT PLEASE YOU, THEN MAKE IT "TACIT" 

In a certain town in the middle west there is only one train in by 
which the performers can make their engagement there. If they miss it 
they lose the date. One performer meeting the local manager and with 
the idea of this one train in mind remjarked to said manager, "You must 
have a lot of disappointments." The manager replied "yes, the whole 
show is this week." 



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Majestic Theatre (Interstate). 

Mgr. — C. W. A. MacCormack. 

Stage Mgr.— H. Griffith. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. 

"Props." — Bert Tomlinson. 

Conductor — Mrs. C. E. Mick. 

Treas. — Josephine Candiloro. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Flyman — Frank Paterson. 

Grip— Joe. Griffith. 

Electr.— W. F. Tally. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. 

Operator — Ed Warren. 

Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 56 feet. 

Height of Grid— 60 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 35 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 33. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. 

Mail Back — 9 A. M. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 8. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 2. 

Opening Day — Wednesday. 

Shows Daily— 2. 

Matinee— 3 P. M. 

Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Last Night. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Theatre Laundry — ^Driskill Laundry Co, 
Theatre Baggageman — Joe Macken. Trunks 75c 
(round trip). Have Hotel trunks ready at 7 P.M. 
Theatre has shower baths. 
Number in Orchestra — Seven. 
Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cor- 
net, Trombone, Drums, Clarionette, Organ. 
Next usual stand is Waco. 

M., K, & T. R. R.— Leave 11:15 P. M.; Arrive, 
see below. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.38; Lower, $1.65. 
Local Newspapers — "Statesman" (P. M.) 
Name of Golf Links — Country Club. Holes 18. 
Cost per day, no charge. 

Waco may have discontinued vaudeville, in 
which case the acts may go direct to Little Rock. 



2ND 



ASK YOUR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MAN IN THIS TOWN WHY 
HE IS NOT IN THIS BOOK. 



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Bakersfield, California. 

Mgr. — Chas. Webster. 
Stage Mgr. — Hal. Schemerhorn. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Geo. N. Davis. 
Electr.— N. M. Marshall. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — N. M. Marshall. 
Proscenium Opening — 26 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 44 feet. 
Height of Grid— 28 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 32 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 3 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 40. 
Stage Open — 8 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Laundry — American Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Commercial Trans. Co. 
trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Four. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums. 

Next usual stand is Los Angeles. 

So. Pac. R. R.— Leave 2:46 A. M.; Arrive 9:25 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.38; Lower, $1.65. 

Local Newspapers — "Echo" (A. M.); "Califomian" (P. M.). 

Leave baggage checks at the station on arrival in Bakersfield. 



Hippodrome (A. & H.). 

Conductor— R. T. Wheeler. 

Treas. — Sylvia Grogg. 

Press Rep't. — Sylvia Grogg. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 4. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 3-2-2. 

Opening Day — Sun., Wed., Fri. 

Shows Daily— 2. 

Shows Saturday — 3. 

Shows Sunday — 3. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

First Night Show— 7:15 P. M. 

Rehearsal — 12 Noon. 

Salary Paid — Between Shows. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Trunks 75c (round 



Berkeley, California. 

Mgr. — 

Stage Mgr. — J. B. Stebbins. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Stage Manager. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 30 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 5 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 25. 
Stage Open— 7 A. M. 
Mail Back— 10 A. M. 



T. & D. Theatre (A. & H.), 

Conductor — M. Fral Picciardi. 
Treas. — John Wilson. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — W. H. Perry. 
No, Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 1. 
Opening Day — Wed. and Sun. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Sunday — 4. 
Matinee— 2:10 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 



Salary Paid — After Show. 

Where Salary Paid — Box Office. 
Theatre Baggageman— Service Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Number in Orchestra — Nine. 

Instruments in Orchestra— Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Clarionette, 
Flute, Organ, Second Violin, Cello. 

Next usual stand is San Francisco. 

So. Pac. R. R. — Leave every 20 minutes. 

Local Newspaper — "Gazette." 



Call your hotel and restaurant men's attention to the value of this 
book as an advertising proposition. 



56 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

Billings, Montana. Babcock Theatre (A. & H.). 

Mgr. — A. H. West. Conductor — Paul Enevoldsen. 

Stage Mgr. — Con Heffner. Treas. — Aileen Free. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. Press Rep't. — H. M, Cody. 

"Props." — Lou Smith. Flyman — Frank Fisher. 

Electr, — Mike Williams. No. Dressing Rooms — 17. 

Current — 110 Volts A. C. Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

Operator — Kirke Noyes. No. Days Engaged — 2. 

Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. Shows Daily — 3. 

Wall to Wall— 60 feet. Shows Saturday— 3. 

Height of Grid— 70 feet. Shows Sunday— 3. 

Depth of Stage — 35 feet. . Rehearsal— 12:30 Noon. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Sets of Lines— 65. First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 

Stage Open — 10 A. M. Salary Paid — Saturday. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Mgr's. Office. 

Theatre Laundry — Billings Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Frank Condeaux. 

Number in Orchestra — Nine. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Organ, Cello. 

Next usual stand is Livingston. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.38; Lower, $1.65. 

Local Newspaper — "Gazette." 

Name of Golf Links— Billings Golf Club and Country Club. Holes 18. 
Cost per day (see manager). 

Several trains on the N. P. for Livingston. Be sure and verify them. 

Leaving at 10:25 A. M.; Arriving at 2:05 P. M. 

Leaving at 12:30 A. M.; Arriving at 4:00 A. M. 

Leaving at 10:00 P. M.; Arriving at 1:35 A. M. 

Tell your hotel and restaurant man in this town to get into this book 
if he wants the performers' trade, provided his place is O. K. 

(Sim Collins tells this one) 

Foreign Acrobat to American act, playing in Europe — "Ve is Amer- 
icans too." 

American Act — "Is that so? What part of the "states" are you from?" 
Foreign Acrobat — "Orpheum Circuit." 

Acquaint yourself with all the points of information this book contains. 

KINDLY MENTION THIS BOOK TO OUR ADVERTISERS 

BUTTE GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Butte newspapers. "Butte Miner" and "Standard" (A. M.) "Post" 
(P.M.) All 5c each. 

"Country Club" Golf Course. Sand Green. 18 H61es. 50c a day. 

B. A. & P. R. R. have a new depot, so do not get confused with the 
old one. See Map. Nurse your voice in this altitude. Don't cut your 
act, but take it easy and don't strain. 



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BUTTE 

A COMPLETE STOCK 
OF SMOKER'S ARTI- 
CLES AND THE FINEST 
LINE OF CANDIES. 

9 N. MAIN ST. 

(No. 6 Location on Map) 



Argyle Hotel 

68 WEST BROADWAY 
BUTTE,. MONT. 

THE HOTEL WITH THE "HOME 

ATMOSPHERE.' ONE BLOCK 

FROM ' PAN ' TWO BLOCKS 

FROM -HIP. ' 

Single, - - 75c and up. 
Doutle, - - $1.25 up. 

Double, witk batk, 1.50 up. 

Strictly Modprn, Every Hotel Convenience 
(No. 5 Location on Map) 



The 
Broadway Tailors 

BUTTE, MONT. 

CLEANING, PRESSING 
AND REPAIRING 

SUITS AND COSTUMES CLEANED 

AND REPAIRED WHILE 

YOU ARE "ON. * 

(No. 4 Location on Map) 

NEXT TO PANTAGES 
STAGE DOOR. 



58 HERBERT LLOYiyS VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



Butte, Montana. 
Mgr. — Merle Davis. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Stage Mgr. — Chas. Malloy. 
Press Rep't.— U. S. Schuck. 
Carpenter— Stage Manager. 
*'Props."-^Steve Delaney. 
Electr. — Henry Young. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — Ed. Curran. 
Proscenium Opening — 35 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 
Height of Grid— 80 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 40 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 10 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 80. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



Broadway Theatre (Pantages), 
Conductor — Lindsay Simons. 
Flyman — Wm. Carey. 
Grip. — Geo. Peiler. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 14. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 4. 
Opening Day — Saturday. 
Shows Daily— 2. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — 4. 
Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 
Matinees — Sat. and Sun. only. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M.; 

Sun. 6:30 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — After last Show. 



Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Manager here is General Manager of Montana Time. 

Theatre Laundry — Taylor Laundry Co. 

Baggage — Trunks 75 round trip; $10 per load. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Instrun^ents in Orchestra^Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Ciarionette, Bass. 

Number in Oi'chestra — Seven. 

Next usual stand is Anaconda. Manager pays fare to Anaconda. 

B. A. & P. R. R.— Leave 9:30 A. M.; Arrive 10.30 A. M. 

Salary paid here for Great Falls, Helena, Butte, Anaconda and 
Missoula. (Missoula is paid in advance.) 

Performers come to the theatre immediately after arrival from 
Helena to direct the delivery of their hotel trunks as the baggageman 
charges extra if the hotel trunks are taken off the wagon at the theatre. 
In most cases your scenery is hung at the same time, which saves time 
the next morning when you rehearse. 

Tickets from Durant through to Spokane paid by the Butte Manage- 
ment and charged to your account in the Seattle office. It is no longer 
necessary to go to the Nor. Pac. R. R. city ticket office to have your 
tickets changed as the management attends to it. 



OPEN 

FROM 

11 A. M. 

TO 1P.M. 




120 W. 
Park St. 

BUTTE, 
MONT. 



THE ORIGINAL TAMALE AND CHILI PARLOR, 

"Wkere Class and Reasonable Prices Prevail. 
(No. 3 Location on Map) 



lAYLOIl LAUNDRY CO. ] 



10=112 E.BROADWAY 
J. W. JUDD, Manager. 



OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD AND FOLLOWING 

THIS ONE 



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59 



B. E. CALKINS CO. 

For Kodaks and Supplies 

Films finished in 1 2 hrs. All Theatrical Papers on Sale 

42 N. Main Street (No. 7 Location on Map) 

WHEN YOU COME TO BUTTE 

Symons fully realizes that one in your profession wrho is 
traveling from point to point finds it more or less difficult to al- 
ways completely satisfy your apparel and other needs. Hence, 
this invitation to you to visit this store at your convenience and 
acquaint yourself with its matchless big and complete stocks of 
dry goods and everything to wear for men, women and children, 
the dependable qualities of its merchandise, the reasonableness 
of its prices and the adequacy of its service. 

SYMONS DRY GOODS COMPAI^Y 

(No. 2 Location on Map) '^ • "■ • 



BLAUSTEIN'S 

KOSHER RESTAURANT 

Strictly Pure Food 
and Home Cooking. 

43 E. Broadway, 

BUTTE, MONT. 

(No. 9 Location on Map) 



COLBERT 
DRUG CO. 

Cor. Park & Main Streets 

BUTTE, MONT. 

"A Quality Drug Store'' 

Where the Square Deal prevails 

THEATRICAL 
REQUISITES 
A SPECIALTY 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



OTHER LOCAL INFORIVIATION ON PAGE AHEAD AND FOLLOWING 

THIS ONE 



60 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

Butte, Montana. Peoples Hippodrome (A. & H.). 

Mgr. — E. W. Keeler. Conductor — Athol Laity. 

Stage Mgr.— Lester Claybourn. Treas.— Manager. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Press Rep't— Manager. 

"Props." — Tom Harnois. Flyman — Jack Claybourne. 

Electr. — Tom Joyce. No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C, both Strge Dressing Room— None. 

Operator— A. E. Elge. No. Days Engaged— 3 and 4. 

Proscenium Opening— 26 feet. Opening Day— Sun. and Wed. 

Wall to Wall— 49 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Height of Grid— 52 feet. Shows Saturday— 3. 

Depth of Stage— 21 feet. Shows Sunday— 5. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

sets o( Li„es-28. ReheaSf I-uT m' ^ '' ''• ""• 

Stage Open— 10:30 A. M. Salary Paid— Between last Shows. 

Mail Back — Mgr's. Office. Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Taylor Laundry Co. 

Baggage — Trunks 75c round trip. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Six 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Clarionette, 
Bass. 

Next usual stand is Anaconda. 

B. A. & P R. R.— Leave 9:30 A. M.; Arrive 10:30 A. M. 

Immediately on arrival be sure and advise the stage manager which 
is your hotel trunk and to which hotel it goes to as the local baggage- 
man charges extra hauling if the hotel pieces are taken off the wagon 
at the theatre. 

THE MOXOM CAFE 

29 West Broadway, Butte, Mont. 

Serving the ^est the Market affords 

Catering to and Enjoying the Patronage of the 
Theatrical Profession. 

POPULAR PRICES 

(No. 8 Location on Map) 

THE COLBERT DRUG COMPANY 

Cor. Park and Main Sts., Butte, Mont. 

Everything for the Performer *s needs 
A Complete Line of "Make Up" Etc. 

''A QUALITY DRUG STORE'' 

"IN THE HEART OF BUTTE" 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 

OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD OF THIS ONE 



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Car Leaves Front of C. P. R. Station Before Matinee 11 A. M. and 5 P. M. After Matinee. 
Season Over Two Hours 

May 1st to Oct. 1st. Ride For 25c. 



OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE FOLLOWING THIS ONE 



62 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



CALGARY GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Municipal Golf Course. 18 Holes. 25c a day. 

While in Calgary take a trip on the finest "sight-seeing" trolley car 
in the world. Car leaves in front of the C. P. R. Station on Center St. 
Prom this car can be seen the Rocky Mountains 57 miles away. Take 
your camera with you on the trip, and when you get out of the city 
you can take a picture of yourself by holding the camera in front of one 
of the large mirrors on the side of the car. 

.Mr. P. P. Clark, the lecturer on the c^r (known as "pp" was for- 
merly with the famous "Mohawks" English Minstrels, and his monologue 
will hand you a laugh. Car operates between May 1st and Oct, 1st. 

Newspapers in Calgary are the "Albertan," A. M., and the "Herald," 
p. M. All 5s each. 

C. P. R. has a city office next door to the Pantages Theatre, where 
youf can reserve your berths. 

-Read your "next town" page before arriving in that particular town, 
as you may find information that is important to know immediately on 
your arrival, and during the journey. 

Leave your baggage checks in Calgary, in an addressed envelope, 
with the C. P. R. baggageman in the baggage room. Johnston Cartage 
Co. hauls for all the theatres. (Simply state name and theatre on the 
envelope. ) 

Canadian Pacific Railway Hotel System 

HOTEL PALISER 

GALGARY, ALBERTA. 




(No. 14 Location on Map) 

At Canadian Pacific Railway 
Station. This magnificent 
Hotel is in the heart of the 
Calgary Business District yet 
with its beautifully arranged 
sun parlors, roof garden and 
lounging rooms the traveling 
public get the full advantage 
of the bracing air of the foot- 
hills of the [Rocky Mountain. 



RATES $2.00 per day upward on European Plan. 

McCROHAN LUNCH CO 

LEO. WEISMANTEL, Manager 
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE PALLISER HOTEL 
136 9tK Avenue, :: West Calgary, Alberta, 

••A LUNCHROOM OF THE BETTER KIND" 

(No. 4 Location on Map) 



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63 



WE DON'T CARE WHERE YOU SLEEP 
BUT EAT HERE" 

CLUB CAFE, 

111 Stk Avenue West, Opposite Pantages to tke Left. 
(No. 2 Location on Map) 



BRING YOUR FILMS TO 

US TO BE DEVELOPED AND 

PRINTED. OUR WORK 

IS GUARANTEED. 

KODAK SUPPLIES. BOOKS 

AND STATIONERY. 

D. J. Young & Co. Ltd. 

715 1st Street West. 

Close to Both Theatres. 

(No. 7 Location on Map) 



THE, 

HOME DELICACIES 

RESTAURANT 

OPPOSITE PANTAGES 
TO THE RIGHT. 

Home Cooking 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 



HARVEY'S DRUG STORE w£Lu„d. 

129 8tli Avenue West. Calgfary, Alberta, 

Sole Makers of "CELMO" Pastilles, "TKe Original Tripple Strengtk 

Tnroat Pep.' "'CELMO" Cures Smoker's Catarrk — Invaluable 

to Singers and Performers. 

25c, 50c and $1.00 the Box— ASK FOR SAMPLE 

(No. 12 Locaton on Map) 



Kolb's Restaurant 

(No. 5 Location on Map) 

HOME COOKING, RIGHT 

PRICES, EQUIPPED WITH 

CHILDS' FIXTURES. 

VISIT THE, PLAZA. 

CANADA'S FINEST CABARET 
PROFESSION RECOGNIZED 



THE 

WHITE LUNCH 

128 8th Avenue, West 
CALGARY 



GOOD FOOD 



SEASONABLE 

and 
REASONABLE 



(No. 11 Location on Map) 



64 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

Calgary, Alberta. Grand Theatre (Orpheum). 

Mgr. — R. J. Lydiatt. Conductor — Maynard Joiner. 

Stage Mgr.— "Pink" Robinson. Treas.— Mrs. A. Wilson. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Press Rep't.— Claude Smith. 

"Props."— Dick McDonald. Flyman— "Dad" Hicklin. 

Electr.— Ken. Davidson. Grip.— Jack Turner. 

Current— 110-220 Volts AC, D.C. No. Dressing Rooms— 15. 

Operator— J. L. Aaron. Stage Dressing Rooms— 2. 

Proscenium Opening— 38 feet. No. Days Engaged— 3. 

Wall to Wall— 80 feet. Opening Day— Mon. No Matinee. 

Height of Grid— 76 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Depth of Stage— 45 feet. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Depth of "One"— 12 feet Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Sets of Lines— 68. Rehearsal— 12:30 Noon. 

Stage Open — 7 A. M. Salary Paid — Wed. after Matinee. 

Mail Back — 10 A. M. Where Salary Paid — Mgr's. Office. 

Theatre Laundry — See Props. 

Theatre Baggageman — Johnston Cartage Co. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Organ, Second Violin, Cello. 

Next usual stand is Vancouver. 

C. P. R. R.— Leave 6.05 A. M. Thurs.; Arrive 9:45 A. M. Fri. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $4.65; Lower, $5.80. 

Management pays for your baggage hauling. 

Very deep stage. Do not hang too deep or it will necessitate con- 
siderable work to change your set after the first show. 

On arrival in Calgary leave your baggage checks, unless you have 
special baggage car, with the C. P. R. baggageman in the baggage room 
at the station in an envelope with your name and theatre marked on the 
outside where the Johnston Cartage Co. pick them up. 

On the journey to Vancouver one can economize by not taking a 
sleeper until the train reaches Ravelstoke at 5:10 P. M., but a sleeper 
all the way through is very acceptable as this is without doubt the most 
wonderful scenic journey in North America. 

THE, EMPRESS HOTEL 

CALGARY, ALBERTA 

EXTREMELY LOW RATES TO PERFORMERS. 

CAFE IN CONNECTION. 

AROUND THE CORNER FROM THE ORPHEUM. TWO BLOCKS 
FROM THE PANTAGES. 
(No. 8 Location on Map) 



EGO. 



FREID JOHNSTON 
Proprietor 

HAULS FOR ALL THE THEATRES. 

(No. 15 Location on Map) 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 65 

Calgary, Alberta. Pantages' Theatre. 

Mgr.— D. G. Inverarity. Coniductor — Alf. Preston. 

Stage Mgr.— Al. Hornett. Treas.— Manager. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Press Rep't.— J. A. Brin. 

"Props."— P. Giroux. Flyman— H. Franklin. 

Eiectr.— T. D. Cook. No. Dressing Rooms— 8. 

Current- 110 Volts A. C. Stage Dressing Rooms— None. 

Operator— J. A. Brin. No. Days Engaged— 6. 

Proscenium Opening— 26 feet. Opening Day— Monday. 

Wall to Wall— 46 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Height of Grid- 52 feet. Shows Saturday— 3. 

Depth of Stage— 31 feet. Matinee— 3 P. M. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Sets of Lines— 22. Rehearsal— 10.30 A. M. 

Stage Open— 11 A. M. Salary Paid— After Matmee. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. Where Salary Paid— Mgr's. Office. 

Theatre Baggageman— Johnston Cartage Co. Trunks 75c (round 
trip). Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums. 

Next usual stand is Great Falls. 

C. P. R. R. & G. N. R.— Leave 10:20 P. M. Sun.; Arrive 7:15 P. M. Mon. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.50; Lower $1.75 to Lethbridge, remaining 
in sleeper until 7 A. M. 

Theatre locked up after the matinee Open again at 7 P. M. 

If you arrive from Edmonton on the early morning train leave your 
baggage checks in an envelope, marked with your name and theatre, with 
the C. P. R. baggageman in the baggage room of the station as that is 
where the Johnston Cartage Co. call for the checks. 

Mr. Brin, of Pantages, meets the train that arrives from Edmonton 
Sunday afternoon, 3:45, but if he should not meet the train why leave 
checks with C. P. R. baggageman. 

See next page for your changes, baggage, etc., through Lethbridge, 
Sweet Grass and Coutts on your way to the next stand. Great Falls. 

Calgary general office is off of the top gallery. Ask the stage man- 
ager for a blue print plan to find your way to it. 

Tickets as far as Butte are supplied to you by the Calgary Manager, 
which are charged to your account in the Seattle office. 

Calgary Manager courteously pays you your salary mostly in Amer- 
ican money. 

See Next Page Re Calgary Great Falls Jouney. 
Don't Miss the Trip on the Calgary Scenic Car. 

LIBERTY CAFE 

200 8tli AVENUE East, CALGARY 

AMERICAN COOKING. SPECIAL CHINESE MENU. 
FIRST CLASS MEALS AT ALL HOURS. PRICES MODERATE. 
C. Y. GEORGE. Prop. 
(No. 15 Location on Map) 



66 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

LETHBRIDGE, COUTTS AND SWEET GRASS. 

This Page Covers Infopmation Regarding tlie Pantages Road Shows 
Traveling from Calgary to Great Falls. 

Leave Calgary at 10:20 P. M. Sunday. 

Arrive Lethbridge 3 A. M. Monday. (Remain on sleeper until 7 A.M. 
in Lethbridge.) 

Get up in time to get breakfast at the Lethbridge Hotel, which is 
just diagonally across a small park, in front of the station. They serve 
a wonderful Club Breakfast for 50c. Baggageman in station charges 5c 
each to cheek your hand baggage while you are up town. If you have 
time see the wonderful R. R. bridge here. Leave Lethbridge at 9 A. M. 

Arrive at Coutts at 12:10 noon. Hand baggage examined here on 
the train, after which. the train moves ahead 200 feet over the boundary 
line to Sweet Grass, Mont., where the trunks are pulled out on the plat- 
form and examined. 

Whoever has the baggage manifest or clearance papers (given them 
when they left Minneapolis) must give it up here to the American 
Officials. This paper saves a lot of trouble in the baggage examination. 

At Sweet Grass you have an hour and a half wait. Get your dinner 
at the International Cafe, which is only about 150 feet from the station. 
They serve a splendid dinner for little money. 

Leave Sweet Grass at 1:30 P. M., arriving in Great Falls at 7:15 P. M. 

Special passenger coach on the train from Sweet Grass to Great Falls 
for the Pantages show. 

"Albert," the news agent on the train, carries sandwiches, baked 
beans, etc. He also sells this Guide Book. 

The Lethbridge Hotel 

LETHBRIDGE, :: :: ALBERTA. 

DIAGONALLY ACROSS PARK FROM C. P. R. STATION. SERVES 
THE PANTAGES PEOPLE A 

CLUB BRE^AKFAST 50 CENTS 

THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE. 

SWEET GRASS, (COUTTS) MONT. 

SPECIAL PANTAGES DINNER 

ACTS LAY HERE AN HOUR AND THIRTY MINUTES 
THOS. O'HAIRE, Propretor. 

In most cases the baggage in Sweet Grass is put into a special 
baggage car and no excess charged but should they check in the usual 
way why get a receipt in addition to your excess check and when you 
arrive in Butte give it to Mr. Merle Davis, the General Manager of the 
Montana time and he will refund you your excess. They pay all excess 
from Coutts, or Sweet Grass, all the way to Spokane. They also pay 
the fare from Butte to Anaconda back to Lurant and further pay the bag- 
gage haul in Anaconda, Helena and Missoula. Play fair with them and 
leave your hotel baggage at the station in these "one night stands." The 
author claims the credit of originally inducing the management to ex- 
tend the courtesy of free delivery on the "one night stands." 



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PRINCESS THEATRE (A. & H.) 

Press Rep't. — John Fleming. 

Stage Open — 8 A. M. 

Mail— Office. 

Matinee — 3 P. M. 

Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Flyman — P. Pickenpaugh. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 1. 

Shows Daily — 2. 

Rehearsal — 12:30 Noon. 

Salary Paid — After Matinee. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Theatre Laundry — Cheyenne Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Barlow Trans. Co. Trunks 50c. (round trip.) 
Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Drums, Flute, Cello. 
Next Usual Stand — Greeley. 
U. Pac. R. R.— Leave 7 A. M. Arrive 9 A. M. 
Local Newspapers — "Leader" (A. M.). "Tribune" (P. M.). 



CHEYENNE, WYO. 

Mgr.— M. H. Todd. 
Stage Mgr. — O. Grounds. 
Carpenter — Ray Scliilling. 
"Props." — Thos. Grounds. 
Electr.— J. Hiler. 
Current— 220 Volts^A. C.-D. C. 
Operator — Joe Grihblum. 
Proscenium Opening— 30 feet. 
Wall to V^all— 54 feet. 
Height of Grid— 45 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 28 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 10 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 20. 







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THE. LE, GRAND HOTE,L 

CHICO, CALIFORNIA 
SPECIAL THEATRICAL RATERS 



ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS 
PRIVATE BATHS 



Opposite City ^ark 



STEAM HEATED 
HOT AND COLD WATER 



G. S. OLIVER, Mgr. 



(See map for location) 



UNION 


MERCHANT'S 


CAFE, <Sr GRILL 


TRANSFER CO. 


Cor. 3rd & Main Sts. 


CHICO, CALIF. 


CHICO'S LEADING CAFE 


Special Rates 


Headquarters for all Performers 


to Artistes 


Playing Chico 

Open 5 a. m. to I a. m. 


PHONE 821 


C. C. FUSS. Prop. 


WM. MOODY G SONS 


{See map for location) 


Proprietors 



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Chico, California. Majestic Theatre (A. & H.)- 

Mgr.— I. D. Stanford. Conductor— Max Sypher. 

Stage Mgr.— Frank H. Hull. Treas.— Manager. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Press Rep't.— Manager. 

"Props."— F. H. Hull. Operator— Dave Vaughn. 

Electr.— Stage Manager. Flyman— Jake Silverstein. 

Current— 110-220 Volts A. C. No. Dressing Rooms— 8. 

Proscenium Opening— 30 feet. Stage Dressing Rooms— 2. 

Wall to Wall— 72 feet. No. Days Engaged— 1. 

Height of Grid— 50 feet. Opening Day— Tuesday. 

Depth of Stage— 30 feet. Shows Daily— 1. 

Depth of "One"— 9 feet. Matinee— None. 

c,^x„ ^f T ,-«^^ or: Night Show — 8:15. 

Sets of Lines-25. Rehearsal-6 P. M. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. Salary Paid— After Show. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Chico Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Moody Trans. Co. Trunks 50c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute. 

Next usual stand is Sacramento. 

S. P. or S. N. R. R. — Leave (see below). 

Local Newspapers — "Record" (A. M.); "Enterprise" (P. M.). 

Show hung in the afternoon. 

Give checks to Manager or to Mr. Moody, the baggageman, if at the 
Station. 



THE PROPER SPIRIT 

Below are extracts from a letter received by the Author of this Guide 
from Mr. Frank H. Hull, stage manager of the Majestic Theatre, Chico, 
California, in answer to a request for information concerning his theatre. 
This is the sort of cordial feeling that cements good fellowship between 
the performer and the crew. (The Author has never met Mr. Hull, but 
we will wager he is a "regular fellow.") 

"We are putting forward every effort to make this theatre a place 
of comment rather than of criticism, from the performers standpoint 
as well as the audience. We have always found that the performer is as 
courteous as the majority of other people and we always aim to do 
a little more for the other fellow than the other fellow does for us. 

* * * Come in with a smile, forget the grouch, put on your best 
show, leave with a hearty handshake and the feeling for a quick return 
will bje mutual. * * * we are trying to put Chico on the theatrical 
map, bring the performer, staff and crew closer together and make 
the bumps in the road seem smaller and farther apart." 

ON "ONE NIGHT STANDS" LEAVE YOUR HOTEL BAGGAGE AT 
THE STATION AND AVOID HAULING CHARGES 

If Lumbago troubles you then trouble a little more to look at the 
advertisement on Page 51 in this book. 



70 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

In Preparation — 

HERBERT LLOYD S 

TWO NEW GUIDE BOOKS 

"^"^Central States 

V auaeviUe Patnrinaer 

ana 

'"'"Eastern States 

y audeviUe \Vanaerings 

Together with the next issue of this Book 

"VAUDEVILLE TRAILS 
THRU THE WEST" 

SEND IN YOUR ADVERTISEMENTS 
Advertising Rates upon Application 



SifDDRESS 



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GREENWOOD LAKE, """^b^^ yo^''''- 



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MAP OF 
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061 



S.WtBERST. 



S.WAHSATCH ST. 



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HOTEL REX 

118-122 S. Cascade Avenue 
COLORADO SPRINGS 

European, Central and quiet. 

Free Bath. Hot Water and Phone in all Rooms 
75 Guest Rooms. FREE BUSS. Comfortable 
Lobby. 

Theatrical Rate, $1.00 Single, $L50 double. 

A Reasonable Priced Hotel for Par- 
ticular People. 

2 BLOCKS TO THEATRE 

Auto Sightseeing Headquarters 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 



CAVE 

OF THE 

WINDS 

The most wonder- 
ful and beautiful 

Cave in the 
World 

A Sight you will never 
forget as long as you live 

The trip to the cave 
takes you through the 
indescribable 

"GARDEN OF 
THE GODS" 

Admission to the 
Cave $1.00 

'*The best dollars worth 
y)ou ever had'* 

Caves are Bril- 
lantly Electrically 
Lighted. 

Competent Guides 
Furnished Gratis 



OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE FOLLOWING THIS ONE 



72 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

Colorado Springs, Colorado. Burns' Theatre. 

Mgr, — ^Vincient W. Footman. Conductor — Fred G. Fink. 

Stage Mgr.— Dave Prendergast. Treas.— Dick McCoy. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager Press Rep't.— Manager. 

"Props."— E. T. Prendergast. Operator— Walter Pennock. 

Electr.- Wm. I. Burt. Flyman— W. West. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. No. Dressing Rooms— 15. 

Proscenium Opening— 38 feet. Stage Dressing Rooms— 1 ; 4 above. 

Wall to Wall— 50 feet. No. Days Engaged— 1 or 2. 

Height of Grid— 65 feet. Opening Day— Monday. 

Depth of Stage— 43 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Depth of "One"— 9 feet. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Sets of Lines-53. ^^'^^ Night Show-7:30 P. M. 

^ ^^ Rehearsal — 12 Noon. 

Stage Open— 10 A. M. Salary Paid— After last Show. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M.; 2 and 5 P. M. Where Salary Paid— Mgr's. Office. 

Theare Laundry — Pearl Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Wandell & Lowe Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round 
trip.) Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Trombone, 
Bass, Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is Pueblo. 

Santa Fe R. R.— Leave 11:30 A. M.; Arrive 1:00 P. M. 

Local Newspapers — "Gazette" (A. M.) ; "Telegraph" (P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Municipal. 18 Holes. Uost per day, $0.25. 

Show hung immediately on arrival. 

Bring checks to the state manager or leave with the Wandell & Lowe 
Tran. Co., who have a booth in the centre of the waiting room of the 
Railroad Stations. 

This theatre is considered one of the finest in America and much 
money and effort have been expended to make this house the last word in 
comfort for both the Artiste and the Public. 

Don't miss the trip to the "Cave of the Winds," the journey to which 
takes you through the "Garden of the Gods." This is only a short motor 
drive and is one of the most wonderful sights in the world. The Author 
gives you his word for this statement. The trip can easily be made in a 
morning with plenty of time to spare. See Rex Hotel auto man. 

THE McRAE RESTAURANT 

105-107 E. PIKES PEAK AVE., COLORADO SPRINGS 

Harvey Style Lunch Counter and Tables 

LARGEST RESTAURANT FLOOR SPACE IN COLORADO 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



GOUGH CATERING CO. 

E CREAM AND DIl 

(No. 4 Location on Map) 



202 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs Colo. 

BAKE,RY, ICE CREAM AND DINING ROOMS 



WANDELL 6 LOWE TRANS. CO. 

Leave Checks at Stand in Waiting Room 



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MAP OF 
DALLAS 




*^^* 

^W" 



,0^^ JACKSON ST. ffl 



ELECTRIC ST A. 

TO AND FROM 

FORT WORTH 



JACKSON BT 



DALLAS GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "News" (A.M.). "Journal," "Times-Herald" and 
"Dispatch" (P.M.). 

Golf Courses: Lakewood Club and the Country Club. Both 18 holes 
and grass green. No charge for either club. Advise them that you are 
Artists. 

Union station about fifteen blocks from all theatres. 

One block in FRONT of the station is Jefferson St. where you get 
the cars for up town. Returning to the station get car marked "Oak 
Cliff" on Commerce St. in front of the Adolphus Hotel. 

STIER'S LAUNDRY, INC. 

ORANGE AND CARUTH STREETS, - - - DALLAS, TEXAS. 



DALLAS THEATRE INFORMATION NEXT PAGES. 



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Dallas, Texas. 

Mgr. — Ray Stinnett. 

Treas. — Manager. 

Stage Mgr. — Jake Harmon. 

Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 

"Props." — Owen Harney. 

Electr. — Stanley Pitcock. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C; 220 D. C. 

Operator — Harney Hill. 

Proscenium Opening — 28 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 55 feet. 

Height of Grid— 39 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 40 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 11 feet. 

Sets of Lines— 30. 

Stage Open — 8 A. M. 

Mail at Box Office— 8 A. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Stier's Laundry. 

Trunks 75c (round trip). $1.00 for hotel trunks. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is St. Louis. 

Every dressing room equipped with a large electric fan. For further 
information re dressing rooms see foot of page No. 211. 



Jefferson Theatre (Pantages). 

Conductor — Eph. Chaninski. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Flyman — Shirley Speight. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None, 

No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Opening Day — Monday. 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 4. 

Shows Sunday — 4. 

Matinee— 3:30 P. M.; Sat. 2:15; 

Sun. 2:45. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Saturday before Mat. 
Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 



Blaus' Restaurant 



1415 COMMERCE STREET, 



DALLAS. TEXAS. 



A "CLASS" RESTAURANT 
WITH POPULAR PRICES. 



(No. 2 Location on Map) 



The Albert Hotel 

CORNER BRYAN AND HARWOOD STREETS, DALLAS, TEXAS 

THREE BLOCKS FROM THEATRE. 
ROOMS, - $5.00 A WEEK, SINGLE. 

DOUBLE, $L00 PER DAY, WITH BATH, $1.50 

CLEAN. MODERN AND COMFORTABLE. 

OUR GUESTS ALWAYS RETURN. 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



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Majestic Theatre (Inter State). Dallas, Texas. 

Mgr. — Stephen Vonphue. Conductor— Mr. Adler. 

Treas.— Mr. Summerfield. Press Rep't.— Manager. 

Stage Mgr.— Louis Bullman. Flyman— W. E. Barrow. 

Carpenter— Charlie Rembert. No. Dressing Rooms— 19. 

"Props." — Horace Meyer. Stage Dressing Rooms (above 

Electr.— Jim Story. stage)— 12. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C; 220 D. C. No. Days Engaged— 7. 
Operator— Bill Estes. Opening Day— Sunday. 

Proscenium Opening— 32 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Wall to Wall— 70 feet. Shows Saturday— 2. 

Height of Grid— 90 feet. Shows Sunday— 3. 

Depth of Stage— 55 feet. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

.Depth of "One"— 8 feet. Night Show— 8:30 P. M. 

Sets of Lines — 75. Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Stage Open — 10 A. M. Salary Paid — Saturday after Mat. 

Mail Back^lO A. M. Where Salary Paid — Mgr's. Office. 

Theatre Laundry — Oriental Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Dallas Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Houston. 

Hous. & Tex. Ct. R. R.— Leave 11 P. M.; Arrive 7:10 P. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.76; Lower, $2.20. 

The above information is based on the "road show" or "combination" 
house that the Inter State Circuit are now using, at the time this book 
went to press, on account of their other theatre being destroyed by fire. 

(Another one of Arthur Mays) 
Several years ago I was playing a small "Opery" in Virginia that 
boasted of playing two vaudeville " acts a whole week, and the house 
crew consisted of two stage hands, a picture operator and "curtain 
puller." The lights were so arranged that the operator ran the stage 
lights from the booth, and when the pictures were over he threw the 
stage lights on, — and off when there was a spotlight number in an act. 
The house lights were run from the stage. The "curtain puller" or stage 
manager asked, "have you got any spotters in your act?" I told him no, 
and he said, "well I'm durn glad of it, for me and that feller up in the 
picture box don't get along very well. He's sore because I've got so 
much authority around here, and every time he gets a chance he tries 
to put it over on me. Last week we had an act in here that had a spotter, 
and when it came time I gave him the signal warning to put 'er on, and 
he didn't do it, and made me so all fired mad I just threw on the deck 
lights and let 'er stand." 

MAP OF DALLAS TWO PAGES AHEAD. 

Be on tke lookout for an Act witk a HERBERT 

LLOYD'S "SYSTEM TRUNK" 

"To See One is to Buy One 



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MAP OF DENVER 



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1530 

California 

Street 

DENVER 

Special Rates to 
Artistes. 

Close to All 
Theatres. 

No. 1 location on 
the map. 



WRIGHT 

TRANS. CO. 

1628 

Glen Arm PL 

DENVER 



GENERAL INFORMATION OF DENVER, COLORADO. 

Local Denver newspapers: "News" (A.M.). "Post," "Express" and 
"Times" (P.M.). 

Municipal Golf Course. Pee 50c daily. 18 holes. Take No. 50 ear 
on Curtis St. or No. 23 or No. 28 on 16th St. 

Also Country Club and Lakewood Courses, but more expensive. 

Nurse your voice in this altitude. Don't cut your act, but take it 
easy and don't strain. 

Many interesting motor trips, the most important being a ride to 
the grave of Col. Wm. F. Cody ("Buffalo Bill") at the top of Lookout 
Mountain. 

Dr. H. C. VAN NORMAN, Physician, 321 Commonwealth Bldg. 



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77 



Denver, Colo. 

Mgr. — Max Fabish. 

Stage Mgr. — J. S. Stevens. 

Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 

"Props." — Joe Harkins. 

Electr. — John Hannigan. 

Current— 110, 220 and 500 Volts 

Operator — Ed. Reagner. 

A. C. and D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 35 feet.. 
Wall to Wall— 57 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 34 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 9 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 100. 
Stage Open— 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



Qppheum Theatre. 

Conductor — Oswald Richter. 

Treas. — Kenneth Richards. 

Press Rep't. — Cecil Connor. 

Flyman — A. Gricourt. 

Grip — Tim Akers. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 14. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 2, with 3 

one flight up. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Tuesday. 
Shows Daily— 2. 
Matinee Time — 2:30 P. M. 
Night Show— 8:30 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Monday night. 
Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 



Theatre Laundry — Columbia Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Denver Omnibus & Cab Co. Trunks 75c 
(round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
,Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello. 

Next usual stand is Lincoln. 

C, B. & Q. R. R.— Leave 9:45 P, M.; Arrive 1:20 P. M. 



on 



Denver, Colo. 

Mgr. — Louis Lavand. 
Treas. — F. Elliott. 
Stage Mgr.— Ed. Dethloff. 
Carpenter— Ed. Dethloff. 
"Props." — Bill McGovern. 
Electr. — Jim Hickey. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. 
Operator — Harry Kartuski. 
Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 50 feet. 
Height of Grid— 50 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 26 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 50. 
Stage Open— 8 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Baggageman — Wright Trans. Co. 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra^ — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Organ. 

Next usual stand is Pueblo, Colo. 

Santa Fe R. R. — Leave 8:30 A. M.; Arrive 10:30 A. M. 

Crew hang the show at 10 A. M., prompt. 



Empress Theatre. 

Conductor — Fritz Schmidt. 
Press Rep't. — Chas. Jacobs. 
Flyman — Henry Fichbach. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Pressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Saturday. 
Shows Daily — 2. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — 8. 
Matinee— 2:45 P. M. Earlier 

Saturday and Sunday. 
Night Show— 8:45 P. M. 
Rehearsal— 11:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Last Show. 
Where Salary Paid — Dressing Rra 
Trunks 75c (round trip) 



Pantages shows now play the Empress in place ofl the Tabor Grand. 
Possible changes may have been made as to number of shows. 



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DES MOINES GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Register" (A.M.). "Tribune" and "Capitol- 
News" (P.M.). 

Golf Course: Country Club. 18 holes. No charge. 

This is the town where the "Armand Face Powder" is made. Give 
them a call. 



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79 



Des Moines, Iowa. 
Mgr. — Wm. Gray. 
Treas. — Harry Mitchnick. 
Press Rep't. — Sam. Abramson. 
Stage Mgr. — Clyde Fairless. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
"Props." — Frank Walters. 
Asst. Props. — B. Ware. 
Electr. — Ben Miller. 
Current— 110 D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 68 feet. 
Height of Grid— 68 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 36 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 46. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 



Orpheum Theatre. 

Conductor — Frank Lorenze. 
Operator — Joe Desalvo. 
Flyman — Ole Sampson. 
Grip— R. A. Duvall. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 15. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Sunday night. 
Shows Daily — 2. 
Shows Saturday — 2. 
Shows Sunday — 2. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 10:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Saturday Matinee. 
Where Salary Paid— "N. V. A.' 
Room. 



Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Miller Laundry Co. 
Finest N. V. A. room west of Chicago. 

Theatre Baggageman — I. W. Miller. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Flute. Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Next usual stand is St. Paul. 

Rock Island R. R. — Leave 10:15 P. M.; Arrive 8 A. M. 
Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.76; Lower, $2.20. 



DR. C. F. SPRING, B. S. 

OSTEOPATH and OPTOMETRIST 

306 S. & L. BWg.. DES MOINES. IOWA 

Special Attention Paid to Artists 

(No. 4 Location on Map) 



HOTEL 

MAJESTIC 

DES MOINES. IOWA 

Next door to Orpheum 
TWO BLOCKS FROM EMPRESS 

90% of the Vaudeville 
Artistes Playing Des 
Moines Stop Here 

Special Rates to Performers 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



MRS. 

MAXON'S 

RESTAURANT 

809 LOCUST ST.. 

DES MOINES, IOWA 
Big Time and Small Time 

All eat with Mrs. Maxon be- 
cause she understands their 
wants. 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 



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Des Moines, Iowa. 

Mgr. — Geo. Clark. 
Treas. — Miss Littlejohn. 
Press Rep't. — Miss Day. 
Stage Mgr. — E. L. Casselberry. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
"Props." — Francis Laverty. 
Electr. — Walter Kennedy. 
Current— 115 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 72 feet. 
Height of Grid— 70 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 40. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Miller. 

Theatre Baggageman — Gray-Wells 
trip). Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin 
Clarionette. Number in Orchestra— Six. 

Manager can supply you with this book. 



Empress Theatre. 

Conductor — Ralph Hogue. 

Operator — Ed. Faulks. 

Flyman — Al. Beerbower. 

Grip — Fred Brewer. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 

Opening Days — Sun. and Thurs. 

Shows Daily — 4. 

Shows Saturday — 4. 

Shows Sunday — 4. 

Matinee— 1:45 P. M. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 

Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Salary Paid — After last night Show. 

Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 

Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round 



Cornet, Trombone, Drum, 



"UP=TO = DATE, 
DRESS CLUB" 

DES MOINES IOWA. 

Dry Cleaning and 
Tailoring 

Calls at Hotel on request 

FRED. J. LAVERTY. Prop. 
Phone Walnut 1580 



Des Moines, low^a 

816-18-20 GRAND AVE. 




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Orpheum and Umpress 
Official Launderers 

LeVs ''CLEAN UP'* Together 



Monrad J. Olson's Pharmacy 

6th and Locust. DES MOINES 

Headquarters for Visiting Performers 

A Fresh and Complete Stock of all Lines of Theatrical 
"Make-up" and Toilet Requisites 

Our Soda Counter The Busiest in Des Moines 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 



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A GOOD Cafeteria in a 
GOOD town for 
GOOD Performers who like 
GOOD food 

The Community Cafeteria 

24-26 W. Superior St., 

(up stairs) 

DULUTH. MINN. 
(No. 3 Location on Map) 

The Florman Hotel 

310 E. Superior St., DULUTH 

Patronized by Orpheum Acts 

Special Rates, Comfortable, Good 
Home Cooking, Pool Room 

(One block from Orpheum) 
(No. 4 Location on Map) 



Jllways read your ''Town 
Ahead" page before arrival to 
know what you do with ^our bag- 
gage checks. 



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MILLER'S 



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DULUTH, MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL AND VIRGINIA 

General Offices, 714 Torrey BIdg., DULUTH 

(Nos. 1 and 2 Locations on Map) 



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DULUTH GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "News-Tribune" (A.M.) and "Herald" (P.M.). 
Golf Course: Northland Country Club. 18 holes. See local manager. 



Duluth, Minn. 
Mgr. — Frank N. Phelps. 
Stage Mgr. — J. J. Laundergan. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
"Props." — Will Gullings. 
Electr. — Walter Johnson. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — Roy Brainard. 
Proscenium Opening — 27 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 37 feet. 
Height of Grid— 50 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 25 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 4 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 56. 
Stage Open— 1 P. M. 
Mail Back— 1 P. M. 



Grand Theatre. 
Conductor — Roy Flaaten. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Flyman — Chas. H. Lee. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 6. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily — 4. 
Shows Saturday — 4. 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
Matinee— 2 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7 : 30 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 



Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 
Theatre Laundry — Excelsior Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — John Silvers. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Clarionette. 
Leave checks with porter in front of the house before 9 A. M. After 
9 A. M. bring checks to stage manager on stage. Crew called at 9 A. M. 
Theatre opens for business at 11 A. M., so report early. 
Acts finishing on Thursday go to Superior. 



DULUTH, MINNESOTA. 
Mgr. — Edw. A. Furni. 
Stage Mgr. — J. P. Shanahan. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — ^Van Valkenberg. 
Electr. — J. Mulhern. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 30 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 65 feet. 
Height of Grid— 50 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 60. ^ 

Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 
Night Show— 8:15. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman — Hart Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Eleven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violins (2), Cornet, Trombone, 
Drums, Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello. 

Next usual stand is Winnipeg. 

SoQ Line R. R. 

THE DULUTH MILITARY CLUB INVITES ALL EX-SERVICE MEN 
PLAYING DULUTH TO THEIR CLUBROOMS 



ORPHEUM THEATRE. 
Conductor — D. J. Michaud. 
Treas. — F. Wright. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — Wm. Hammond. 
Flyman— Al. Smith. 
Grips — Joe. Thennes and "Pop" 

Reamer. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Sunday. 
Shows Daily — 2. 
Shows Saturday — 2. 
Shows Sunday — 2. 
Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Saturday Matinee. 



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40 Jasper Ave., 
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Open all Night 



WONDERFUL AND TASTY 

CREAM WAFFLES 

H. A. SLIGHT. Prop. 
(No. 3 Location on Map) 




THE OWL DRUG CO. la 

Cut Rate Druggists 

FIRST AND JASPER AVE. 
EDMONTON 

Full Stock of "Make Up" 
Variety " on Sale 

(No. 5 Location on Map) 



THE SHASTA CAFE 

10009 Jasper Ave,; EDMONTON 

CATERING TO THEATRICAL 
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 

Popular Prices Good Food Courteous Treatment 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 



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EDMONTON GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Have some member of the company collect all the baggage checks 
and leave them in an envelope marked "Twin City Trans. Co." with the 
baggageman in the C. P. R. station baggage room. Mr. Cruickshank, 
C. P. R. day baggageman and Mr. Price, night man, on your arrival IN 
Edmonton. 

If you take the midnight train out of Edmonton for Calgary, you 
can obtain your sleeper reservations at the C. P. R. Ticket Office on 
Jasper Ave., bet. 100 St. and 100a St. (See map.) 

Three mails a day in Edmonton: 10:30 A. M. and 2:00 P. M. from 
the east and 5:00 P. M. from the west. 

Municipal Golf Course in the City Park. 9 holes. 25c a day. 

Edmonton newspapers: "Bulletin" (A.M.) and "Journal" (P.M.). 

Manager here very particular about returning to you your newspaper 
cuts, so that you are very safe in giving him all the cuts that he needs. 
Also your photos ^re returned to you in good condition. 



Springer House 

EDMONTON, ALBERTA 

All the Comforts of 

"Home, Away from Home'' 

With Hotel Services and Conveniences 

The One Bright Spot on the Pantages Circuit 
AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN PLAN 

"Every Chicken we serve is a Springer*' 

Under management of ANTONETTA SPRINGER 
(No. 11 Location on Map) 



E. N. KENNEDY CO. 

1 0080 JASPER AVE., EDMONTON 

Kodaks, Supplies and Aina= 

tuer Developing and Printing 

•*One Day Service** 

Stationery 

(No. 4 Location on Map) 



''Its the Cook'* 

Lewis Bros. Cafe 

First Street off of Jasper Avenue 
EDMONTON 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 



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Best Place to Stop in the City 



ONE BLOCK FROM PANTAGES 



SelKirK Hotel 

EDMONTON, ALBERTA 



CAFE., GRILL AND LUNCH 
Counter in Connection 

Rob't McDonald, Prop. 
(No. 7 Location on Map) 



MAC'S 

PANTORIUM 

EDMONTON 
Phone 2508 

Calls every day at the Theatre 

Cleaning and Repairing 



The 

Mocha Cafe 

EDMONTON 

"A-1" Food Only Served 

POPULAR PRICES 

(No. 1.0 Location on Map) 



The 
American 

Dairy Lunch 

EDMONTON 
Next door to 

PANTAGES 

Self Service 
Also Confectionery 

^he Largest and most Up to 
Date Eating place in Western 
Canada 
EXCELLENT FRENCH PASTRY 

(No. 8 Location on Map) 




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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 
Mgr. — L. M. Trefry. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Stage Mgr. — "Bill" Watson. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
"Props." — Joe Dear. 
Electr. — Bob Blackerby. 
Current— 110 Yolts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 35 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 
Height of Grid— a5 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 21 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 34. 
Stage Open — 7 A. M. 
Mail Back— II A. M. 

Theatre Laundry — See "Props." 

Theatre Baggageman — Twin City Trans 
trip). Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, 
Clarinet. 

Next usual stand is Calgary. 
C. P. R. R.— Leave 11:55 P. M. and 8:30 
and 3:45 P. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.50; Lower, $1.75. 



Pantages' Theatre. 
Conductor — A. Weaver-Winston. 
Press Rep't.^Manager. 
Operator — ^Alf. Malley. 
Grip — Geo. Clark. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — Six. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily— 2. 
Shows Saturday — 2. 
Matinee— 3 P. M. 
Night Show— 8:30 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 10:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid — After Matinee. 
Where Salary Paid — Mgr.'s Office. 



Co. Trunks 75c (round 



Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 



A. M.; Arrive 7:30 A. M. 



FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA. 

Mgr. — McCarthy Bros. 

Stage Mgr. — Geo. G. Deering. 

Carpenter — Arthur Dunlin. 

"Props." — Fred Davis. 

Electr. — W. Hanby. 

Current— 110-220 Volts A. C, D. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 25 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 50 feet. 

Height of Grid— 65 feet. 

Depth of Stage — 25 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 7 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 35. 

Stage Open — 10 A. M. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. 

Matinee — 2 P. M. 

First Night Show— 8. P. M. 



GRAND THEATRE. 

First Night Show— 8 P. M. 
Conductor — P. M. Rudd. 
Treas. — Mr. McCarthy. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — W. Smith. 
Flyman — O. Nelson. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 3. 
Opening Day — Mon. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — None. 
Rehearsal — 1 P. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Theatre Laundry — Dixon Laundry Co. 
Theatre Baggageman — Fargo Bag. & Tran. Co. 



Trunks 75c (round 



trip). 



Number in Orchestra — Four. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violine, Comet, Drums. 
Next usual stand is Aberdeen. 
R. R.— G. N., N. P. and C, M. & St. P. 

Local Newspapers — "Forum," "Courier," "Democrat" (A. M.), 
"Forum" (P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Central. 

OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD OF THIS ONE 



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FORT COLLINS, COLORADO. EMPRESS THEATRE. 

Mgr.— M. C. Echart. Matinee— 3 P. M. 

Stage Mgr.— Frank Pulliam. First Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Carpenter- Stage Manager. Treas.— Manager, 

vprops."— Fred Rutherford. Press Rep't.— Andy L. Burke. 

Electr.— Chas. Wade. Operator— Sidney Adler. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. Flyman— Gordon Cameron. 

Proscenium Opening— 27 feet. Grips— J. C. Doyle and Geo. Dins- 
Wall to Wall— 51 feet. laore. 

Height of Grid— 76 feet. No. Dressing Rooms— 7. 

Depth of Stage— 28 feet.' Stage Dressing Rooms— None. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. No. Days Engaged— 1. 

Sets of Lines— 28. Opening Day— Friday. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. Stage Open— 9 A. M. 

Salary Paid— After Show. Shows Daily— 2. 

Where Salary Paid.— Box Office. Rehearsal— 12:30 Noon. 

Theatre Laundry— Ft. Collins Steam Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — McMillian Trans. Co. Cost of baggage haul 
see below. 

Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Comet, Trombone, Drums. 

Next usual stand is Denver. 

U. Pac. R. R.— Leave 7:45 A. M.; Arrive 10.13 A. M. 

Local Newspapers — "Express" (A. M.); "Courier" (both A. M. and 
P. M.). 

Cost of trunks (round trip) 50 each for one or two; $1.25 for three 
and 35c each for all over three. 

Leave checks at the office of the McMillian Trans. Co. 

Crew hang the show at 10:30 A. M. sharp. 

Advise "spot" operator early in the morning whether he has to work 
his spot on the right or left. 



On "One Night Stands" leave your Hotel Baggage at the station and 
avoid hauling charges. 

SUGGEST TO YOUR HOTEL OR RESTAURANT HERE, IF THEY ARE 
GOOD, THAT THEY SHOULD BE REPRESENTED IN THIS BOOK. 

Quibs by Arthur O. May of "MAY-KILDUFF and ALLERTON" 

While playing Virginia, Minn., on Sunday night all acts have to 
catch a 10:10 P. M. train out of there for Ft. William and it's a rush 
for everyone to make it. I hurried down to the depot, bought my tickets 
and had the baggageman make out my checks. The train pulled in, but 
the transferman with the theatre baggage was nowhere in sight. The 
actors grew uneasy, fearing the train would pull out without the trunks, 
when we noticed the transferman coming along at snails' pace. In the 
excitement of the moment I called out to him, to hurry and get our bag- 
gage off his wagon and into the train, but he just answered: "Oh, that's 
all right, they can't go till I get there, 'cause I've got the mail!" 



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The Victoria Hotel, Fort William 

3 short blocks from station. Opposite stage door. 



{Double with Bath $2.00 

Single $1.00 

Single with Bath $1.50 

Double $1.50 



Rates 



Fort William. Orpheum Theatre. 

Mgr. — Bert O. Farmer. Conductor — P. Santoro. 

Stage Mgr.— Ted O'Neill. Treas.— K. Barkoff. 

Carpenter — Ernest Dean. Press Rep't. — Mgr. 

"Props." — Jas. Reese. Operator — Owen Beatty. 

Electr. — Owen Beatty. No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. Stage Dressing Rooms— All. 

Proscenium Opening— 30 feet. No. Days Engaged— 6. 

Wall to Wall— 55 ft. Opening Day— Monday. 

Height of Grid — 55 feet. Matinee — 2:30 P. M. 

Depth of Stage— 36 feet. .p^^st Night Show— 8:30 P. M. 

Depth of "One"— 10 feet. _, ^ i -.^ * tit 

Sets of Lines-30. Rehearsal-10 A. M. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. Salary Paid— Last night. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Algonia Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman— Harry Rosenblat. Trunks 70c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is International Falls, Minn. 

C. N. R. R.— Leave 4:52 A. M.; Arrive 11 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.50; Lower, $1.75. 

Local Newspaper — "Journal-Chronicle" (P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Fort William Country Club. Holes — 9. Cost 
per day, $0.50. 

Manager here is always glad to advance salaries or railroad fares to 
any artiste who requests it. He also meets all artistes at the train. 

R. R. station in Fort William appears to be on the outskirts of town 
but it is only 2 blocks from theatre and one block further to Victoria 
hotel. 

Buy your ticket through to Winnipeg, which allows you to stop over 
at International Falls. This will save about 60c on each ticket. 

Fort Francis is proper name of station where you get off for Inter- 
national Falls. Baggageman meets train at Fort Francis Charges $7.00 
round trip no matter if entire show has one or forty trunks. Fred Lind- 
vall's auto charges $1.00 each person round trip to International Falls, 
waiting for you at midnight to bring you back. This may seem, a little 
high but he has to pay both bridge toll and head tax. The author agrees 
that his charge is reasonable. Have your manifest handy to show at 
Fort Francis. 



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EXCELLENT WORK 

FORT WILLIAM 



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Fort Worth, Texas. 

Mgr. — O. F. Gould. 
Treas. — Jack Ayers. 
Stage Mgr. — Julian Umbenhour. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
*'Props." — Randall Williams. 
Electr. — Frank Askew. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — Joe Langlois. 
Proscenium Opening — 39 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 75 feet. 
Height of Grid— 72 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 72 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 52. 
Stage Open — 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



Majestic Theatre (Inter-State). 

Conductor — A. C. Kuehn. 

Press Rep't. — J. P. Ruppert. 

Flyman — Claude Stegall. 

Grip — Wm. Nance. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 13. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 4, 9 above. 

No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

Shows Daily— 2. 

Shows Saturday — 3. 

Shows Sunday — 3. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Night Show— 8:30 P. M. 

Rehearsal — 10:30 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Saturday afternoon. 

Where Salary Paid — Mgr.'s Office. 



Theatre Laundry — Acme Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Union Trans. Co. Trunks 50c (round trip — at 
time of going to press). 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Comet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Dallas. 

Electric R. R. — Leave (see below). 

Local Newspapers — "Record" (A. M.) ; "Star-Telegram" (P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — River Crest & Glen Garden. Holes 18. 

Take Electric car on Main St. for Dallas. Cars run every hour on the 
half hour for the fast limited cars and the even hour for the locals. 
Cars stop on the corner of every odd-numbered street, such as 9th St., 
11th St., etc. One hour from Ft. Worth to Dallas.. Cars start at the 
Electric Station on 3rd St. Fare 76c at the ticket office, but 80c if pur- 
chased on the car. Show baggage leaves on the 11:30 P. M. car on Sat- 
urday night. 



EVERY ROOM AN OUTSIDE ONE 

With Running Hot and Cold Water 

EUROPEAN PLAN 



Local and Long Distance Telephone 

In Every Room 

F. E. RECORD, Prop. 



COURT HOTEL 

BETWEEN MAIN AND COMMERCE ON SIXTH ST. 
IN THE HEART OF BUSINESS DISTRICT 

FORTH WORTH, TEXAS 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



Act to stage manager of small town theatre, on opening day — "How 
will the show run?" 

Stage Manager — "Oh pretty good for the first day." 
(No reflection on Fort Worth. Just a space filler.) 



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FRESNO GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Republican" (A.M.), and "Herald" (P.M.). 
Sunnyside Golf Course. (See the Manager of the theatre.) 



FRESNO, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr — Ward Morris. 
Treas. — Miss Klum. 
Stage Mgr. — Bert Cardwell. 
Carpenter— Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Geo. Churcher. 
Electr.— J. A. Byers. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — Cheve Beck. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 75 feet. 
Height of Grid— 77 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 38 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 11 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 60. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 



HIPPODROME (A. & H.). 

Conductor — Eugene Brown. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Flyman — Fred Knoblock. 
Grip — Guy Hammer. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 6. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 2. 
No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Wed. 
Shows Daily — 3 or 4. , 
Shows Saturday — 5. 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
Matinee— 1:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Before Night Show. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Trunks 75c (round trip). 



Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Baggageman — Lang's Trans. Co, 
Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Comet, Trombone 
- Next usual stand is Los Angeles. 

So. Pac. R. R.— Leave 11:40 P. M.; Arrive 7:55 A. M. 
Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.78; Lower, $2.20. 



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Fresno, Cal. 

Mgr. — Robert Barton. 
Stage Mgr. — Joe Hill. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
"Props."— W. Scott. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 115 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 38 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 82 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 42 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 60. 
Stage Open — 11 A. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Fresno Steam Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — ^Owl Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Eight. Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Second Violin. 

Next usual stand is Los Angeles. 

S. P. & Santa Fe R. R.— Leave 11:40 P. M.; Arrive 9 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.76; Lower, $2.20. 



White Theatre (Orpheunn). 

Conductor — Caesar Brandt. 

Treas. — P. B. Donohoe. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 16. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 4. 

No. Days Engaged — 3. 

Opening Day — Thursday. 

Shows Daily — One, Saturday Mat. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Night Show— 8:20 P. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Saturday, 11 A. M. 

Where Salary Paid — Mgr.'s Office. 



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Galveston, Texas. Majestic Theatre (Inter-State) 

Mgr. — Sydney McDonald. Conductor — D. E. Goodwin. 

Treas. — O. Oleson. Press Rep't. — Mgr. 

Stage Mgr. — Eddie Pye. Operator — Dave Talbot. 

Carpenter — Stage Mgr. Flyman — B. C. Wedhorn. 

"Props."— Teddy Anderson. Grip— Frank Le Strange. 

Electr. — Kenneth Chubb. ' No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 

Current — 110 Volts A. C. Stage Dressing Rooms — 1. 

Proscenium Opening — 38 feet. No. Days Engaged — 2. 

Wall to Wall — 72 feet. Opening Day— Sunday. 

Height of Grid— 65 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Depth of Stage — 42 feet. Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Depth of "One"— 9 feet. Matinee— 3 P. M. 

Qote ^f Tir^oo 70 Night Show— 8:30 P. M. 

toeis or i^mes /z. Salary Paid— Mon. night between 

Stage Open — 10 A. M. shows. 

Mail Back — 10 A. M. Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Rex Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Gregory or Bolton Trans Co. Trunks 75c 
(round trip). They alternate. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Austin. 

So. Pac. R. R.— Leave 8:55 P. M.; Arrive 9:55 A. M. 

Local Newspapers — "News" (A. M.) and "Tribune" (P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Country Club. 

Denver Re-survey Golf Links — Back of Fort Crockett. Take Fort 
Crockett car. 

The local map of Galveston in this book shows the streets under their 
new naming of numbered streets and lettered avenues. Formerly they 
each had individual names. So don't let it confuse you. 

Between Galveston and Austin acts lay off one day (Tuesday), though 
a full week's salary paid for the two-day engagements in Galveston, 
Austin and Waco, making six days' work. 



Ask youp hotel and restaurant man here, where you find the service 
good, why he Is not represented In, this book that other performers may 
know of their places. 

Make yourself acquainted with the points of Information contained 
In this book as you will find it tells you everything from the day's date 
to which side of the train to sit on to see the scenery. 

Always verify your train schedule as no doubt changes will be made 
from time to time over which we have no control. They, however, give 
you an idea of the running time between towns. 



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Grand Forks, N. D. 
Mgr. — Chas. McCarthy. 
Stage Mgr. — Mike Cooper. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props."— Art. Canniff. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current — 110 volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 25 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 50 feet. 
Height of Grid— 45 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 20 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 9 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 30 feet. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 



Orpheum Theatre. 
Con. — R. M. Coscio. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — Otto Berg. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 5. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 3. 
Opening Day — Mon. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily— 3. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Matinee Time— 2:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Rehearsal Time — 1 P. M. 
Salary Paid — After show. 
Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 

Trunks 75c (round 



Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Baggageman — Merchants Transfer Co. 
trip). Theatre Laundry — Troy Laundry Co. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Drums, Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is Fargo. 

Great Nor. R. R. — Leave, Thursday, 9 A. M.; Arrive 11:15 A. M. 
Leave Sunday, 12:50 P. M.; Arrive 3 P. M. No Sunday shows in Fargo. 

Local Newspapers — "Herald" (A. M. and P. M.); "American" (P. M.) 



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Hotel 

209y2 First Ave., 

GREAT FALLS, 
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Two Blocks from 
Station 

Three Blocks from 
Pantages 

Rooms Single, 

$1.00 
Rooms Double, 

$1.50 

Hotel Has Free Taxi 

(No. 1 location on the 
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DRUGGISTS 

Stein's Make-up and Toilet 
Requisites 

S. W. Cor. Central Ave. & 3rd St. 
"Be Sure you Get the right Corner'* 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 



HARRY H. McCOLE 

TAILOR AND 
DRY CLEANER 

5 and 7 FOURTH STREET 

Great Falls, Mont. 

Member of the Nat'l Assn. of Dyers 
and Cleaners 

(No. 7 Location on Map) 



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GREAT FALLS GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local Great Falls newspapers: "Tribune" (A.M.), and "Leader" 
(P.M.). All 5e each. 

A trip to the "Falls" is very interesting. 

Note the street lighting of Great Falls. No city in the U. S. is 
better lighted. 

It is well worth the small cost of a parlor car seat from here to 
Helena or Butte on this particularly fine scenic journey. 

In any case get a seat on the left hand side of the train which gives 
you a wonderful view of the Missouri River all the way. 



GERALD CAFE 

217 Central Ave., GREAT FALLS, MONT. 

Catering to the Best 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 



Weise Hotel 

219 CENTRAL AVE.,q 

(Over Gerald Cafe) 

GREAT FALLS, 
MONT. 

Strictly Modern 



Rates $L00 per day and up 

Rooms with Private Baths 

Steam Heat 

Hot and Cold Water 

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BOOKS and 
STATIONERY 

McKee Stationery Co. 

315 CENTRAL AVE., 

GREAT FALLS, 
MONT. 

(No. 6 Location on Map) 



OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD AND FOLLOWING 

THIS ONE 



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Grand Opera House (Pantages). 

Mgr. — Wm. Steege. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Stage Mgr. — Al. Mettler. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
"Props." — Wm. Newman. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — Melvin Felland. 
Proscenium Opening — 35 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 68 feet. 
Height of Grid— 60 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 40 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 40. 
Stage Open— 9 A. M. 
Mail Back — 12 noon. 

Theatre Laundry — Cascade. 

Theatre Baggageman — Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Helena. 

Gt. Nor. R. R. — Leave 8 A. M.; Arrive 11:05 A. M. 

Stage crew hang at 10 A. M. sharp, as they are away all afternoon 
after 12. Be sure and tell Conductor on the train, when you leave Great 
Falls, that you are stopping off at Helena, or he will take your tickets up. 



Great Falls, Mont. 

Conductor — Archie Fritz. 

Press Rep't. — Dick Anderson. 

Flyman — Phil. Thompson. 

Grip — Fred Carter. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 11, 
stage. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 2. 

No. Days Engaged — 2. 

Opening Day — Tuesday. 

Shows Daily — 2 (at night). 

No Matinee. 

First Night Show— 7:15 P. M. 

Rehearsal — 12:30 noon. 

Salary Paid in Butte. 
While salaries are paid in Butte, 
you can draw in advance. 



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Palace Theatre (A. & H.). 

Conductor — Archie Fritz. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Flyman — Guy Harris. 
Grip— W. R. Wilson. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 
Stage Dressing Rooms. 
No. Days Engaged — 2. 
Opening Days — Thurs, and Sat. 
Shows Daily — 2. No Mat. 
Shows Saturday — 2. No Mat. 
Shows Sunday — 3. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7:15 P. M. 
Rehearsal Time— 2:30 P. M. 
Salary Paid — After last Show. 
Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 



Great Falls, Mont. 

Mgr. — Roscoe Kernan. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Stage Mgr. — Al. Johnson. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
"Props." — Chas. Peterson. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — Melvin Fallen. 
Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 
Height of Grid— 70 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 34 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 30. 
Stage Open — 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 2 P. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Cascade Laundry Co. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Clarinet, 
Bass, Flute. 

Next usual stand is Butte. 

Gt. Nor. R. R.— Leave 8 A. M.; Arrive 3:15 P. M. 

In Same Building as above Palace Theatre 

HOTEL BEN 

Rooms with Bath. Box Springs. Special Rates. 

Central Ave. at 6th St., Great Falls 

(No. 9 Location on Map) 



STERLING THEATRE. 
Days Engaged — 1, Thursday. 
Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 



GREELEY, COLORADO. 

Mgr. — Wm, Morrison. 
Matinee— 3 P. M. 

Next usual stand is Denver. U. P. R. R. usually. 

Instruments in Orchestra — ^Violin, Piano, Drums, Clarionette, Trom- 
bone. 

ON "ONE NIGHT STANDS" LEAVE YOUR HOTEL BAGGAGE AT 
THE STATION AND AVOID HAULING CHARGES 

IF THIS BOOK PLEASES YOU, EXPRESS YOUR PRAISE "FORTE" 
IF IT DOES NOT PLEASE YOU, THEN MAKE IT "TACIT" 

Kindly mention this Book to our Advertisers 



Always verify your R. R. times of leaving 



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Mgr.— C. W. Eckhardt. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Stage Mgr. — W. D. Clapp. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
"Props." — Ed. Show. 
Electr. — Tom Crayon. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 
Height of Grid— 64 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 33 feet. 

Depth of "One" feet. 

Sets of Lines — 55. 
Stage Open — 11 A. M. 



Marlow Theatre (Pantages). 
Conductor — Louis C. Meier. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — Milton Hall. 
Flyman — Joe Brady. 
Grip — Tom Cooper. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 1. 
Opening Day — Thursday. 
Shows Daily— 2. No Mat. 
No Matinee. 

First Night Show— 7:15 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 5 P. M. 
Salary Paid in Butte, but you can 
draw in advance. 



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Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Scenery, $10 load (round trip). 

Theatre Baggageman — Coulter Trans. Co. Theatre pays transfer. 

Theatre has shower baths. Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. Next usual stand la Butte. Parlor car, 45c. 

Gt. Nor. R. R.— Leave 11:15 A. M.; Arrive 2:45 P. M. 

Helena Newspapers — "Independent" (A. M.) and "Record-Herald" 

M.) Each 5c. 

Sit on left hand side of the train to Butte for scenic effects. 

Helena crew hang the show at 2 P. M. 

Trade at the "Budd-Fisher" Drugg Store here. 

Theatre here considered the finest in the state. 

Take in the Browdwater Plunge. This is the largest indoor plunge in 
the world, being natural hot water. Good fishing close to town. 

Station one-quarter mile from theatre. Street car, 6c; auto bus, 25c; 
taxi, 50c. Baggageman meets all trains. 

''Make Up*' and Toilet Requisites 

Let Us Develope and Print your Kodak Films 

In at 5 p.m., out at 10:30 a.m. In at II a.m., out at 5 p.m. 

BUDD-FISHER DRUG CO. 

44 N. Main St., (no. i Location on Map) Helena, Mont- 



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Room with private bath, $1.50 per day 

EVERY ROOM HAS A CEILING FAN 

(No. 4 Location on Map) Charles F. Parker, Prop. 



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Houston, Texas. Prince Theatre (Pantages). 

Mgr. — John Eisert. Conductor — Ben Steinfeldt. 

Treas.— Manager. Press Rep't.— Manager. 

Stage Mgr.— Ollie Smith. Flyman— J. H. Leeg. 

Carpenter— Stage Mgr. No. Dressing Rooms— 8. 

"Props "— Jas. Sheardan. Stage Dressing Rooms— None. 

Eiectr.— Guy Kelly. No. Days Engaged— 7. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. Opening Day— Monday. 

Operator— J. A. Talley. Shows Daily— 3. 

Proscenium Opening— 31 feet. Shows Saturday— 4. 

Wall to Wall— 62 feet. Shows Sunday— 5. 

Height of Grid— 73 feet. Matinee— 3:30 P. M.; 2:30 Sat., 

Depth of Stage— 42 feet. 2:15 Sun. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. First Night Show— 7:20 P. M. 

Q ,„ ^» T,-r,^o Ko Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 

bets ot i.mes— 5J. ^^^^^^ Paid— Bet. shows Sunday, 

Stage Open — 10 A. M. early. 

Mail Back — 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Eureka Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Houston Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is Dallas. 

Take your checks across the street from the station to the office of 
the Houston Trans. Co., who haul for the Prince. In front of the Houston 
Trans. Co. office is where you get the street car to take you up town. In 
event that you have no excess to pay, deliver your baggage checks just 
the same to the Houston Trans. Co. Failure to do this means a long wait 
at the theatre for your baggage. 

Large electric fan supplied in each dressing room. For further dress- 
ing room information see Waco page No. 211. 

Eat At 

STEKN'S CAFE 

Vvnen Hungry 
"FOOD THAT SATISFIES' 

1017 Prairie S^ve., HOUSTON. TEXAS 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 

HOUSTON GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Post" (A.M.), "Chronicle" and "Press" (P.M.). 
Golf Course: Country Club. 18 holes. $1.00 a day. Grass green. 
Take Harrisburgh car in front of Prince Theatre on Preston St., get 
off at 69th St. and walk two blocks. 

Take in the San Jacinto Battle Grounds. 

Majestic Theatre, Houston, next page. 



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Majestic Theatre (Inter-State). Houston, Texas. 

Mgr.— W. L. Sachtleben. Conductor— L. C. Finlay. 

Treas.— Edw. Bremer. Press Rep't.— Manager. 

State Mgr.— P. C. Gleich. Flyman— C. Williams. 

Carpenter— E. G. Alexander. Grip— W. Sedgwick. 

"Props."— Frank Herzog. No. Dressing Rooms— 10. 

Electr.— L. D. Taranto. Stage Dressing Rooms— 1. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. No. Days Engaged— 7. 

Operator— Harris Naquin. Opening Day— Sunday. 

Proscenium Opening— 38 feet. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Wall to Wall— 68 feet. Night Show— 8:30 P. M. 

Height of Grid— 61 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Depth of Stage— 32 feet. Shows Saturday~2. 

Depth of "One" 7 feet. Shows Sunday — 2 (unless business 

Sets of Lines-64. Rehearlil-lO A. M. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. Salary Paid— After Mat. Sat. 

Mail Back— 9 A. M. Where Salary Paid — Mgr.'s Office. 

Theatre Laundry — Eureka. 

Theatre Baggageman — Houston Trans, Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Theatre has three shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is San Antonio. 

So. Pac. R. R.— Leave 11:30 P. M.; Arrive 7:25 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.76; Lower, $2.20. 

The dressing room arrangements in this theatre are the best the 
Author has ever noted. Every comfort and consideration is shown the 
Performer. 

Artistes do no leave the station on arrival from Dallas until they 
have paid their excess to the baggage master, as baggage is sent through 
from Dallas with the excess to be paid at this end on account of the 
hurried departure from Dallas. After paying excess, or in event that you 
have none to pay, bring your checks immediately to the stage entrance of 
the theatre on the way to youx hotel. This will insure prompt delivery. 

The show is hung immediately on arrival of baggage at the theatre. 

Advise by letter from Dallas when more than one 20-foot. truck is 
necessary to haul baggage. 



Milwaukee Delicatessen and Cafe 

81 1 Main Street, HOUSTON, TEXAS 

{Opposite the Render Hotel) 

*'Good Things To Eat'' 

(No. 5 Location on Map) 
OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD OF THIS ONE 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 103 

See Fort William Page 88 re baggage and taxi service here. 



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International Falls, Minn. 

Mgr. — Frank V. Peterson. 
Stage Mgr. — Tom Hanson. 
Carpenter — State Manager. 
"Props." — Vincient Brunett. 
Current — 110 volts A. C, D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 28 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 48 feet. 
Height of Grid— 18 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 25 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 4 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 12. 
Stage Open — 1 P. M. 
Mail Back— 1 P. M. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano. 

Number in Orchestra — One. 

Next usual stand is Winnipeg. 

C. N. R. R.— Leave 2:15 A. M.; Arrive 10:20 A. M. 

Local Newspapers — "Daily Journal" (P. M.) 

Sometimes the management add a drummer to the orchestra, if 
required. Have your manifest handy for in and out of here. 



Grand Theatre 

Con. — Harry Kimpton. 
First Night Show— 8 P. 
First Night Show— 8 P 
'ij/reas. — Manager. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — Ed. Olson. 
Flyman — Marshall Lafave. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 4. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — One. 
Opening Day — Wed. and Sun. 
Shows — Wed. one; no matinee. 
Shows — Sun. two; no matinee. 
Rehearsal Time — 2:30 P. M. 



Kansas City, Mo. 

Mgr. — Fred G. Weiss. 
Stage Mgr.— H. G. Milligan, "Spike' 
Carpenter — F. D. Snow. 
"Props."— Clem. Wright. 
Electr. — J. R. Sanderson. 
Current— 110-220 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 35 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 64 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 27 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 5 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 40. 
Stage Open— 11:30 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11:30 A. M. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 
Matinee— 2:45 P. M.; Sun., 2:20. 

Theatre Laundry — Fords 

Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

While rehearsal is at 10:30 A. M., the stage crew does not report for 
hanging the show until 11 A. M. 

No information obtainable of future policy of this house. 

Other Kansas City Theatres, and map, on the following pages. 



Empress Theatre. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Conductor — Sanford Smallfield. 
Treas. — Wm. Jacobs. 
Press Rep't. — Ted Sparks. 
Operator — Stuart Boynton. 
Flyman — Virgil Hudson. 
Doorman — Billy Wilcox. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 4-3. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 4. 
Shows Sunday — ^5. 
Rehearsal — 10:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Last night. 
Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 



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KANSAS 

Local newspapers: 
"Post," (P.M.). 

Golf Courses: Municipal, Swope Park. 18 holes. 
Blue Hills Golf Links. 18 holes. Cost $1.00 a day. 

New Pantages will be located on Grand below 12th (see map) 



CITY GENERAL INFORMATION. 

"Journal" and "Times" (A.M.), and "Star" and 



Cost 25c per day. 



KANSAS CITY, MO. 

Mgr. — Fred G. Weis. 

Treas. — Wm. Jacobs. 

Current— 110 Volts D. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 

Height of Grid— 65 feet. 

Depth of Stage — 30 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 12 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 30. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 12. 

Theatre has shower baths, 
Instruments in Orchestra— 

Clarionette, Bass. Next Usual 
Next Usual Stand — St. Lou 



GARDEN THEATRE 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 

Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 
. Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 4. 

Shows Sunday — 5. 

Matinee — 1 P. M. (Continuous). 

Rehearsal— 10:45 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Bet. Shows. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
, also tub. Number in Orchestra — Seven. 
-Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Stand — St. Louis, 
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EASTERN PHOTOGRAPHIC SHOP 

206 E. 12th Street, Next to Empress Kansas City 

Kodaks, Developing and Printing 

Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Repairs; Etc. 

(No. 1 Location on Map) Paul Schwalbe, Prop. 



Globe Theatre. 

Mgr. — Cyrus Jacobs. 
Treas. — Marion Bamaby. 
Stage Mgr. — Sam Victor. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
Electr. — Jos. Caldwell. 
Current — 110 Vots D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 39 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 
Height of Grid— 63 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 30 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 60. 
Stage Open — 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



Kansas City, Mo. 

Conductor — Clarence Wheeler. 
Press Rep't. — Ben Portman. 
Operator — Dale F. Woody. 
Flyman — Geo. King. 
"Props." — Archie Brainard. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 
Opening Days — Sun. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 5 (continuous). 
Shows Sunday — 5 (continuous). 
Rehearsal— 11:30 A:M. 
Salary Paid — Last night. 
Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 
First Night Show—?: 30 P. M. 



Matinee — 3 P. M. for acts. 

Theatre Laundry — Ford Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Shaw Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Theatre has shower baths, also tub. Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD AND FOLLOWING 

THIS ONE 



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Txc CHERRY APARTMENTS 

1023 Cherry Street, Kansas City, Mo. 

A Change from Hotel and Restaurant Life. 

Our $12 apartments consist of large living room with disappearing 
bed, kitchen and private bath. No extra charge for cot if three people 
occupy this apartment. 

Our $15 apartments are corner apartments and consist of a large liv- 
ing room with a disappearing bed; a Davano, which makes a fine bed; 
private bath and kitchen. This will accommodate four people. 

Our $20 apartments are front corner apartments and consist of a 
sitting room with a Davano ; living room with a disappearing bed ; private 
bath and kitchen. No extra charge for cot if five people occupy this 
apartment. 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 



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Successfully pleasing 99% of the Performers playing Kansas 
City, Mo., on their "Vaudeville Trails Thru the West/ ' 



New Oxford Hotel 



1222 Locust Street, 

KANSAS CITY, MO. 

All Outside Rooms. 

Special Low Rates to 
the Profession. 

Stric5tly Modern. Two blocks 

from Empress, Garden and Pan- 

tages, four blocks from Globe. 

E. S. BENNETT, Prop. 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 



KINDLY MENTION THIS BOOK TO OUR ADVERTISERS 




For Garden, Globe and Orpheunv see next page. 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 107 



Orpheum Theatre. 

Mgr. — Lawrence Lehman. 

Stage Mgr. — Ed. W. Sohlberg. 

Carpenter — Frank Bailey. 

"Props." — Frank Allan. 

Electr. — Stage Manager, 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 38 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 85 feet. 

Height of Grid— 68 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 75. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. 

Mail Back— 9 and 11 A. M. and 3 

and 9 P. M. 
Matinee— 2:10 P. M. 



Kansas City, Mo. 

Night Show— 8:10 P. M. 

Conductor — Mike Lenge. 

Treas. — Leon Kellar. 

Press Rep't. — Mr. Scott. 

Operator — Marion Crawford. 

Flyman — "Deacon" Hopper. 

Grip — Julius Ehrlich. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 18. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 4, above. 

No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

Shows Daily — Two. 

Shows Saturday — 2. 

Shows Sunday — 2. 

Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Saturday, 1 P. M. 

Where Salary Paid — Mgr.'s Office. 



Theatre Laundry — Ford Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Shaw Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Theatre has shower baths. 
Conductors — Two. 
Number in Orchestra — Fourteen, 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello, Viola, Horns, 



La Junta, Colo. 

Mgr.— C, W, Wonderly. 
Stage Mgr.— E. C, King. 
Treas, — Geo. Babcock. 
Carpenter — H. Love. 
"Props." — E. Wiswell, 
Electr. — N, Boyd, 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 30 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 55 feet. 
Operator — Mr. Coyle. 
Flyman — E. Ecton, 
No, Dressing Rooms — 7, 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No, Days Engaged — 2, 

Theatre Laundry — Best Laundry Co, 

Theatre Baggageman — Rose Trans. Co. 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orechestra — Piano, Violin, Trombone, Drums, Clari- 
onette, Bass, 

Next usual stand is Dodge City. 

Santa Fe R, R.— Leave 1:30 A, M. ; Arrive 2 : 50 P. M. 

Local Newspapers — "Democrat" (P, M.) 



Rourke Theatre. 

Height of Grid— 69 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 29 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 32. 

Stage Opening — 9 A. M. 

Mail Back— 9 A, M, 

Matinee— 2.30 P. M, 

First Night Show— 7:30 P, M. 

Press Rep't.— E. C. King, 

Opening Day — Monday, 

Shows Daily — 2. 

Rehearsal— 4:30 P. M, 

Salary Paid — Between Shows, 

Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 



Trunks 50c (round trip). 



If you or any of your friendsi are affected with Lumbago read the 
advertisement on page 51. It is worth reading and investigating. 



Read your "town ahead" page before arrival. 



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SAVOY HOTEL 

Cor. Uth and P Streets, LINCOLN, NEB. 

Cafe ana Lunch Room in Connection 

Rates $L00 to $2.00 Q. W. BRADT, Prop. 

One hhck from Or^heum, Two from Liberty 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 109 

LINCOLN GENERAL INFORMATION 

Local Newspapers — "Star" (P. M.) and "State Journal" (both A. M. 
and P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Country Club. Holes — 18. Cost per day, none. 

This is the home of William Jennings Bryan. Don't use his name in 
your act as it has been done to death and your audience will cry instead 
of laugh. 

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. LIBERTY THEATRE. 

Mgr.-L. M. Garman. (Formerly the Oliver) 

Stage Mgr. — Carveth. Conductor — Harry Brader. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. Treas. — Loyd Kimball i 

"Props." — Harry O'Shea. Press Rep't. — Manager. ' 

Electr. — Charlie Monroe. Flyman — Lem Mulner. 

Current — 110 Volts D. C. No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 

Operator. — Roy Warner. Stage Dressing Rooms — 2. 

Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. No. Days Engaged — 3. 

Wall to Wall — 65 feet. Opening Day — Mon. and Thurs. 

Height of Grid— 55 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Depth of Stage — 35 feet. Shows Saturday — 3. 

Depth of "One" — 9 feet. Shows Sunday — None. 

Sets of Lines— 62 feet. Rehearsal— 1 P. M. 

Stage Open— 8 A. M. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Mail Back— 11:30 A. M. First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Yule Bros. Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Ensign Trans. Co. Trunks 60c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute. 

Salary paid between 11 and 12 A. M. on last day at the office of the 
Rialto Theatre, 15th and O Sts. (See map.) 

Money can be drawn in advance here at any time. 

Performers playing the Liberty Theatre are welcome to see the 
pictures at the Rialto Theatre. 

^?(XS^^ S^LL mOHT 

▼ C AKE# 1418 O Street, Lincoln, Nek 

The "Best and ?>4ost U^-to-Date Cafe in the City 
gUS. g. CATSON. Mgr. 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 

E.NSIGN TRANSFER COMPANY 

221 SO. Gth STREET 

HAUL FOR ALL LINCOLN THEATRES 



Orpheum, Lincoln information next page 



no HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Mgr.— J. H. Yeo. 
Stage Mgr. — Frank Watkins. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
"Props." — Arthur Netherbee. 
Electr. — John Braun. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 67 feet. 
Height of Grid— 58 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 33 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 63. 
Stage Open— 9 A. M. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. 

Night Show— 8:20 P. M. 
Conductor — A. J. Babich. 
Treas.— W. Wilkins. 
Press Rep't — W, Wilkins. 
Operator — Roy McGraw. 
Flyman — Dave Clark. 
Grip — Eric Naslund. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 14. 
No. Days Engaged — 4. 
Opening Day — Wednesday. 
Shows Daily— 2. 
Shows Saturday — 2. 
Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Saturday P. M. 
Where Salary Paid — Box Office. 



Matinee— 2:20 P. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Evans Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Ensign Trans. Co 

Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute. 

Next usual stand is Omaha. 

C, B. & Q. R. R.— Leave 5:10 A. M.; Arrive 6:57 A. M. 

Crew hangs show at 9:30 A. M. Leave baggage checks 
manager. 



. Trunks 60c (round trip) 
Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 



with stage 



MAJESTIC THEATRE. 
(INTER-STATE.) 

Mgr.— S. H. Fiedler. 
Stage Mgr. — Arthur Thomas. 
Carpenter — Arthur Thomas. 
"Props." — Louis Seifert. 
Electr. — Virg. Hardcastle. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 35 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 65 feet. 
Height of Grid- 40 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 60 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 12 feet. 
Sets of Lines — Ample. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Baggageman — Ark. 

Theatre has shower baths. 



LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS. 

Conductor — Wm. Hoge. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
Treas. — Eugene Oliver. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — Virg. Hardcastle. 
Flyman — Wm. Cunningham. 
Grip — Chas. Wooten. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 3. 
Opening Day — Mon. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily— 3. 
Shows — Saturday — 3. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — After last Mat. 
Where Salary Paid — Mgr.'s Office. 
Trans. Co. Trunks 70c (round trip). 
Number in Orchestra — Seven. 



Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is St. Louis, Mo. 

Mo. Pac. R. R.— Leave 4:30 A. M.; Arrive 11:30 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $2.20; Lower, $2.75. 

Local Newspapers — "Gazette" (A. M.) ; "Democrat" and "News" 
(both P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Country Club (see manager). Holes 18. 

Theatre a long ways from the station. Take a street car. 

OTHER LINCOLN INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD OF THIS ONE 



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STRAND THEATRE (A. & H.)- 

Mgr.— E. P. White. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 30 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 49 feet. 
Height of Grid— 30 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 15 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 7 Dead Sets. 
Stage Open — 1 P. M. 
Matinee — 3 P. M. 
Night Show— 8 P. M. 
Mail Back— 1 P. M. 
Operator — F. L. Lewis. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 4. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 1. 
Opening Day — Tuesday. 
Shows Daily— 2. 
Rehearsal— 1:30 P. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — American Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — H. B. Kearns. Trunks 50c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Organ. 

Next usual stand is Butte. 

No. Pac. R. R.— Leave 1:30 A. M.; Arrive 6 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.38; Lower, 1.65. 

Local Newspaper — "Enterprise" (A. M.). 



ON 'ONE NIGHT STANDS' LEAVE YOUR HOTEL BAGGAGE AT 
THE STATION AND AVOID HAULING CHARGES 



If you find a good hotel or restaurant here that you think other per- 
formers should know of, kindly write the publisher of this book and at 
the same time tell the hotel or restaurant man that he should be In this 
guide. 

Always verify your R. R. times on leaving as changes are made from 
time to time over which the publisher has no control. Time entered here 
is given you more to show you the time consumed between towns. 

Lumbago can be Relieved. Read Adv. on Page 51. 



IF THIS BOOK PLEASES YOU, EXPRESS YOUR PRAISE "FORTE' 
IF IT DOES NOT PLEASE YOU. THEN MAKE IT ''TACIT" 



112 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



MAP OF LOS ANGELES 




HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 113 

LOS ANGELES GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Times," "Tribune," "Examiner" (A.M.), 
"Express," "Record," "Herald" (P.M.) 

Griffith Park, Municipal Golf Course. 18 holes. No charge. Take 
Hollywood car on Hill St. between 4th land 5th Sts. and transfer to 
Western Ave. Fare one way 10c. 

Trolley or motor to Pasadena, one of the most beautiful cities in 
the world. Can be made in two or three hours. While there take in 
the Ostrich and Alligator farms, also the Busch Sunken Gardens. 

Train service for Salt Lake City. The fast train is the 9:00 A. M. 
on the "Salt Lake Route." 

This train carries no day coaches; only Pullman and Tourist. 

Train carries a diner though you can refer to your time table if your 
train stops at Las Vegas or Caliente for meals. 

At Caliente set your watch AHEAD one hour and five minutes. 

On this journey, across the desert, if you have any old newspapers 
or magazines, throw them off at any isolated houses that you may pass as 
they are greatly appreciated by the people living in this barren land. 

an^^IIes continental hotel FRAffcVo 

ORIGINAL PERFORMER'S HEADQUARTERS 

(Ask any Performer) Owned by Shanley & Furness, "Fifty- Fity'* 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. CLUNE AUDITORIUM. 

Mr. Bernstein, Mgr. here goes to Casino, S. F. in September. 
Theatre Mgr. — Bert St. John. Conductor — J. F. Lewis. 

A. & H. Mgr. — A. L. Bernstein. Flyman — Earl Tatten. 

Stage Mgr. — Claude Ruder, Grip — Jack Ward. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 

"Props." — Otto Peck. Stage Dressing Rooms — 3. 

Electr. — Sidney Winton. No. Days Engaged — 6. 

Operator — Martin Early. Opening Day — Monday. 

Matinee— 2 P. M. Shows Daily— 3. 

First Night Show — 6 P. M. Shows Saturday — 4. 

Treas. — Lulu Brinn. Shows Sun. — None in this House. 

Press Rep't. — Gene Doyle. Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. Salary Paid — Between Shows. 

Theatre Baggageman — See property man. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Bass, Organ, Second Violin, Cello. Number in Orchestra — Nine. 

Next usual stand is San Diego. 

Santa Fe R. R.— Leave 11:59 P. M.; Arrive 5:10 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.38; Lower, $1.65. There is a Tourist car 
on this run, $1.10. Remain in sleeper until 7 A. M. 

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Ground Floor, PANATAGES BLDG. (No. 1 Location on Map) 

In Los Angeles we're prst with the Latest 

TAILORED TO YOUR SATISFACTION 



114 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 

Mgr.— Nat Holt. 
State Mgr.— W. F. Scott. 
Carpenter — Gene Morgan. 
"Props." — Wm. Burton. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 110 Vots D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 49 feet 
Wall to Wall— 220 feet. 
Height of Grid— 68 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 45 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 40. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Matinee — 3 P. M. 
First Night Show 



HIPPODROME (A. & H.). 
Conductor — E. P. Lewis. 
Treas. — Geo. Clayton. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — W. A. Cook. 
Flyman — Jack Schmidt. 
Grip.— C. Beard. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 5. 
No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Wed. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 



-6:45 P. M. 



Salary Paid — Between Shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman — Two Boys Co. Trunks, no price given. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Flute, Organ, Clarionette, Bass. Number in Orchestra — Nine. 

Next stand usually San Diego or Provo, Utah. 

If San Diego see train service on Pantages, Los Angeles, (page — ). 

If Provo see Pantages San Diego (page — ) for train service to 
Salt Lake City as you make Provo from there by Bamberger Electric. 

In Los Angeles leave baggage checks with the property man on arrival 
as it will save you storage in event you arrive ahead of your opening 
date as there is plenty of room on the stage for it. 

Crew hang the show at 9 A. M. on Sunday and 10 A. M. on Wednesday. 



LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr. — Carl J. Walker. 
Stage Mgr. — Harry B. Gregg. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Harry Cage. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 30 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 56 feet. 
Height of Grid— 52 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 26 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 38. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7:20 P. M. 



PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

Conductor — Edw. Wagner. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — Joe Hester. 
Flyman — H. H. Dixon. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 12. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily— 3. 
Shows Saturday — 4. 
Shows Sunday — 4 or 5. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 



Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman— See "Props." Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P.M. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Next usual stand is San Diego. 

Santa Fe R. R.— Leave 11:50 P. M.; Arrive 5:10 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.38; Lower, $1.65; Tourist, $1.10. Sleepers 
ready after the show. Remain in sleeper until 7:30 A. M. 

Extra one way baggage haul taken out here on account of crossing 
the city again on your way back from San Diego to Salt Lake. 

An "X" on the local map shows the site of the proposed new 
Pantages' Theatre, ready about the end of 1919. 

Other Local Informatio n on Page ahead and following this one 



HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 115 

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Mgr. — Clarence Drown. Conductor — A. F. Frankenstein. 

Stage Mgr. — Paul Paulsen. Treas. — Miss McGrail. 

Carpenter — Rob't Campbell. Press Rep't. — W. H. Cline. 

"Props." — Don Rodha. Flyman — Amos Meyers. 

Electr. — Stage Manager. Grip. — James Nawn. 

Current — ^Volts A. C, D. C. No. Dressing Rooms — 15. 

Operator — Joe Pylet. Stage Dressing Rooms — 2. 

Proscenium Opening — 40 feet. No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Wall to Wall — 80 feet Opening Day— Monday. 

Height of Grid— 68 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Depth of Stage — 31 feet. Shows Saturday — 2. 

Depth of "One" — 6 feet. Shows Sunday— 2. 

Sets of Lines — 79. Rehearsal — 10 A, M. 

Stage Open— 8 A. M. Salary Paid— 11 A. M. to 5 P. M. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. Saturday. 

Matinee — 2:15 P. M. Where Salary Paid— Mgr's. Office, 

Night Show— 8:15 P. M. Room No. 2 in Theatre Bldg. 

Theatre Laundry — New Method Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Atlantic & So. Pac. Trans. Co. Trunks 75c 
(round trip). 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Fifteen. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin (2), Cornet (2), Trombone, 
Drums, Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Organ, Second Violin, Oboe, Cello, Viola, 
Horns (2). 

Next usual stand is Salt Lake City. (See "General Information" page, 
Los Angeles.) 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $4.40; Lower, $5.50; Tourist, $3.03. 

See Los Angeles General Information (page 113) re journey to 
Salt Lake City. 



(Arthur May tells this one) 

Quite a few years ago I was in the little town of Fulton, N. Y. The 
"Opery" was one of those lofts built in the early sixties, and the property 
man one of those long-whiskered boys who did everything about the 
place, as well as in the town. He had a better makeup and Rube dialect 
than I could ever think of digging up, and at that time I had only been 
playing Rube characters a short while, and whenever the opportunity 
presented itself I always hung around these natural character boys and 
got many a good laugh as well as ideas for my work. On the opening 
night he was right on my trail every minute as I had tipped him a 
quarter for doing an errand for me. It was cold in the dressing room 
"ornamented by an oil stove, and as he stood at my door I said, "come in. 
shut the door and make yourself at home." "He said, "No, can't do it, 
I've got to stand out here in case of fire so I can run thru the house." 

If your Favorite hotel or restaurant is not in this Book ask them why not? 



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MADISON WISCONSIN. 

Mgr. — Harry Bryan. 
Stage Mgr. — John Lally. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Gilbert Schulz. 
Electr. — Frank Kosina. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 58 feet. 
Height of Grid— 55 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 38. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 10 A. M. 
Matinee— 3 P. M. 



ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Conductor — Edw. Skelton. 
Treas. — Louis Ronnel. 
Press Rep't. — Leslie Lingar. 
Operator — Frank Kosina. 
Flyman — Gus Kellar. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 2. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — 3. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Theatre Baggageman — Ed. Klief. Trunks 50c (round trip). 
Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. 

Local Newspapers — "Democrat," "Journal-Times." 











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THAT THEY SHOULD BE IN THIS BOOK. 



Actor, arriving in a "one night stand" town, to native: "Say Rube 
where is the town hall?" 

Native: "Town Hall h — 1, we've got 'opery' here." 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 117 



MEMPHIS GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Commercial Appeal" (A.M.), "Press" and "News- 
Sclmator" (P. M.). 

Overton Park Golf Links. 9 holes. No charge. 

Railroads running out of the Union Station are the Southern, Iron 
Mountain, Miss. Pac, Nash. & Chat, L. & N. 

Railroads running out of the Grand Central Station: "Frisco," Y. & 
M. v.. Rock Island, 111. Central. 

New Pantages will be located cor. Main and Monroe (see map). 



MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. LYCEUM THEATRE (LOEW). 

Mgr. — B. M. Stainback. Conductor — Carl Metz. 

Treas. — Manager. Press Rep't. — Joe. Kahn. 

Stage Mgr. — Wm. Graham. Flyman — Daniel Boone Hickey. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Grip— H. H. Donnelly. j 

"Props."— Mark Waggener. No. Dressing Rooms— 8. 

Electr. — Robt. Freeman. Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. No. Days Engaged— 4 and 3. 

Operators— Boyd and McFee. Opening Day— Mon. and Thurs. , 

Proscenium Opening— 36 feet. Shows Daily— 3 or 4. 

Wall to Wall— 75 feet. Shows Saturday— 4. 

Height of Grid— 55 feet. Shows Sunday— 5. 

Depth of Stage— 40 feet. Matinee— 1:15 P. M. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Sets of Lines— 40. Rehearsal— 11 A. M. 

Stage Open — 11 A. M. Salary Paid — Between Shows. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 
Theatre Laundry — Crescent Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Memphis Motor Co. Trunks $1.00 (round 
trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Comet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Base. 

Next usual stand is New Orleans. 

111. Cent. R. R.— Leave 11:55 P. M.; Arrive 10:55 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $2.20; Lower, $2.75. 

If you find a good hotel or restaurant here that is a "good bet" for 
other acts to know kindly call their attention to this guide book. It will 
bring them results. Verify your times of leaving. 

IF THIS BOOK PLEASES YOU, EXPRESS YOUR PRAISE "FORTE" 
IF IT DOES NOT PLEASE YOU, THEN MAKE IT "TACIT" 

Actor to stage manager of small town theatre — "What are the dimen- 
sions of this theatre? 

Stage Mgr. — "Three acts and two reels." 

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ORPHEUM THEATRE. 
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. 
Mgr. — J. A. Bertram. 
Stage Mgr.— D. C. Sims. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. . 
"Props." — C. Cullins. 
Electr. — Harry Coughlin. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 38 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 
Height of Grid— 72 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 60 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 80. 
Stage Open — 11 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Matine— 2:10 P. M. 
Night Show— 8:10 P. M. 
Shov^^s Daily — 2. 
Conductor — Ike Kahn. 
Treas. — Louis Carline. 
Press Rep't. — V. Taylor. 
Operator — F. E. Snyder. 
Flyman — Ben Cuneo. 
Grip. — S. J. Columbis, A. Boggiano 

and J. Martin. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 14. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 6, Balance 

Above. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Saturday — 2. 
Shows Sunday — 2. 
Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Sun. during Mat. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Newson-Warren 
Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggagemen — Memphis 
Motor Trans. Co. Trunks $1.00 
(round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Violin, 
Comet, Trombone, Drums, Clar- 
ionette, Bass, Flute, Second Vio- 
lin. Cello, Voila. 

Next usual stand is New Orleans. 

111. Cent. R. R. 

Mr. Taylor, the Press Representa- 
tive of the Orpheum here, looks 
after all transportation for the 
acts. Advise him early in the 
week as to what Pullman reser- 
vations you require. 



Memphis general Information next page. 



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MAP OF MILWAUKEE 



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ST. CHARLES 
HOTEL 

(European) 

MILWAUKEE 

Opp. City Hall 

ONEIDA 6? E. WATER STS. 

Hot and cold water in all rooms 

WEEKLY RATES 

Single $6.00 to $8.00 
Double 9.00 to 12.00 

WITH PRIVATE BATH 

Single $9.00 to $12.00 
Double 10.50 to 14.00 

ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS 

COURTEOUS ATTENTION 
A La CARTE CAFE 

POPULAR PRICES 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 



RIVER 



BHIUGE 



RIVER 




See the 

HERBERT LLOYD 

TRUNK 

at 
Geo. Burroughs & Sons 

HERE IN MILWAUKEE 
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120 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

MILWAUKEE GENERAL INFORMATION. 
Local newspapers: "Sentinel" and "Free Press" (A. M), "Journal," 
"Wisconsin News," "Sentinel," and "Leader" (P.M.). 

West Park and Lake Park Golf Links. 18 holes. 

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. MILLER THEATRE. 

Mgr. — Chas. Braun. Conductor — Jules Schwartz. 

Stage Mgr. — Walter Houlehem. Treas. — Manager. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. Press Rep't. — Miss Luscher. 

"Props." — Henry Schaefer. Flymen — C. Koepke and Ed. Mon- 

Electr. — Con. Worderhoff. tello. 

Current— 110 Volts D. C. Grip.— Jack Sontag. 

Operator — John Block. No. Dressing Rooms — 14. 

Proscenium Opening — 43 feet. Stage Dressing Rooms — 6 Above. 

Wall to Wall— 89 feet. No. Days Engaged— 7. 

Height of Grid — 71 feet. Opening Day — Monday. 

Depth of Stage— 28 feet. Shows Daily— 4. 

Depth of "One" — 6 feet. Shows Saturday — 4. 

Sets of Lines — 36. Shows Sunday — 4. 

Stage Open — 9 A. M. Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 

Mail Back — 10 A. M. Salary Paid — Between Shows Sun- 

Matinee — 12 Noon, First Act. Show day Night. 

Continuous. Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — ^Vaughn Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Kenny & Houlehem. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
$1.00 if only one trunk. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is all directions. 

This theatre being continuous they have two complete crews and 
orchestras. 

Personnel of other orchestra and crew as follows: 
Stage Mgr. — Wm. Van Kirk. Conductor — John Wuerl. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. Operator — Geo. Whiting. 

"Props." — Fred Dick. Flymen — H. North and H. Martin. 
Electr. — Geo. Zielke. Grip. — John Kuhns. 

Theatrical Folks will find a Real vvelcome 

at the 

NEW HOTEL MILLER 

Third & Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Next to Miller Theatre — Half block from Majestic 
EUROPEAN - ABSOJLUTELY FIREPROOF 

(No. 6 Location on Map) JNO. M. TEELING, Prop. & Mgr. 

Palace, Milwaukee, 2nd page from here. Also announcement of the 
"Herbert Lloyd" Trunk made by Burroughs Co., Milwaukee. 



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MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. 

Mgr. — Jas. J. Higler. 
Stage Mgr. — Gus. Knicklebein. 
Carpenter — Harry Phillips. 
"Props." — Al Schultz. 
Electr. — Jas. Kelly. 
Current— 110 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 86 feet. 
Height of Grid— 76 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 34 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 30. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back — 10 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:25 P. M. 
Night Show— 8:10 P. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Auer Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Ryan & Ryan Trans, 
trip). $1.00 if only one trunk. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Two Violins, Cornet, Trombone, 
Drums, Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Oboe. 

Next usual stand is all directions. 



MAJESTIC THEATRE. 

Conductor — Roy Wakeman. 
Treas. — Wm. Lacheimer. 
Press Rep't. — Harry E. Billing. 
Operator — Max. Krautschneider. 
Flyman— Ed. Stintel. 
Grip. — Oscar Anderson. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 15. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 2. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily — 2. 
Shows Saturday — 2. 
Shows Sunday — 2. 
Reheasal— 10:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Sunday Afternoon 

during Matinee. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Trunks 75c (round 



HOTEL WISCONSIN 

The ^ig Hotel of Milwaukee 



ROOMS 

$1.50 anJ Up 

WITH BATH 
$2.00 and Up 




A. E. COPELAND 

9^anaqer 

SPECIAL RATES 

TO THE 

PROFESSION 



COFFEE SHOP IN CONNECTION 

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122 HERBERT LLODY^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIW. PALACE THEATRE. 

Mgr. — Harry E. Billings. Conductor — Wm. Bruenning. 

Stage Mgr. — Walter Runge. Flyman — Ollie Bradfield. 

Carpenter — Chas. Berman. Grip. — Henry Koehler. 

"Props." — ^Oscar Boese. No. Dressing Rooms — 21. 

Electr. — Toby Allbright. Stage Dressing Rooms. — 2, Balance 

Current— 110-220 Volts D. C. Above. 

Proscenium Opening — 56 feet. No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 

Wall to Wall— 89 feet. Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 

Height of Grid— 80 feet. Shows Daily— 4. 

Depth of Stage — 34 feet. Shows Saturday — 4. 

Depth of "One" — 6 feet. Shows Sunday — 4, 

Sets of Lines — 110. Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Stage Open— 11 A. M. Matinee— 1:30 P. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Treas. — Manager. Salary Paid — Second Show, Last 

Press Rep't. — Manager. Night. 

Operator — Geo. Lucht. Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Eureka Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Ryan & Ryan Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round 
trip). $1.00 if only one trunk. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is all directions. 

This theatre has wonderful dressing rooms with elevator connection 
to all of them. 

Don't forget that the first act goes on at 1:30 P. M., so arrive in 
town as early as possible. 

GEORGE BURROUGHS and SONS 

424-26 East Water St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

TRUNKS and LEATHER GOODS 

Special Attention Given to Repairing of Theatrical Baggage 
by competent wrorkmen. 

Burroughs Sons are the Manufacturers of 

The Wonderful "HERBERT LLOYD SYSTEM" Trunk, Patent 

Applied for, in Which Are Combined an Office, Dressing 

Room and Wardrobe. 

"THE PEARL GREY" 

This Trunk must be seen to be appreciated. If you must "live 

in a trunk" be modem. While playing Milwaukee call at 

Burroughs Sons and see this novel trunk. 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 123 




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MINNEAPOLIS GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Tribune" (A. M. and P. M.), "Journal" (P.M.), 
"News" (P.M.). 

Whoever is given the baggage clearance papers, by either the Orpheum 
or Pantages Managers, should take good care of them so as to have them, 
and to show them, at whatever place they re-enter the United States, 
several weeks later. 

Golf Links: Glen wood Links. 18 holes. No charge. 

Railroads arriving at the "Union" or "Great Northern" station are 
the Nor. Pacific, C. B. & Q., Great Northern, C. & N. W., Great Western. 

Railroads arriving at the "Milwaukee" station are the Soo Line, 
C. M. & St. P., Rock Island. 

' 'From Milwaukee station get a transfer on the street car and change 
at 5th and Hennipen. 

NO liquor allowed taken into Canada. DON'T ATTEMPT IT. 

Read the Winnipeg "General Information" page — before leaving 
Minneapolis re dutiable articles and baggage. 

A fine trip to take is to Lake Minnetonka. Cars leave electric station 
on 6th St. bet. Hennipen and 1st, every hour. 

Splendid Municipal bath house and bathing beach at Lake Calhoun. 
Take the St. Louis Park car going west, in front of Pantages. Cars leave 
every 13 and 43 minutes after the hour. This book for sale at Pantages. 



MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA. 

Mgr.— Wm. H. Koch. 
Asst. Mgr. — Billy B. Watson. 
Stage Mgr. — Jas. Hoye. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Arthur Hoffman. 
Electr. — John McGinnis. 
Current— 110 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 37 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 60 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 20 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 40. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Nevins. 

Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 



NEW GRAND THEATRE. 

Conductor — Louis Hurt. 
Auditor — Sara Blumenthal. 
Press Rep't. — Miss Polk. 
Operator — Louis Junod. 
Flyman — Ed. Broderick. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 8. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Sunday. 
Shows Daily — 4. 
First Night Show— 7:45 P. M. 
Shows Saturday — 5. 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
Rehearsal — 10 A.M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

If business warrants the sixth show 
on Sunday the performers are 
1/30 of weekly salary extra. 



Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, 
Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is St. Paul. 
St. Car — Leave any time. 



Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 



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Minneapolis Map on Page Ahead. 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 125 



MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA. 



ORPHEUM THEATRE. 



Conductor — Albert Rudd. 

Treas. — Joseph Kline. 

Press Rep't. — John Kelly. 

Flyman — Chas. Sherman. 

Grip. — Davis and Elmquist. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 

No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Shows Daily — 2. 

Shows Saturday — 2. 

Shows Sunday — 2. 

Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Afternoon Saturday 

Matinee. 
Where Salary Paid — Mgr's. Office. 
Troy" Laundry Co. 



Mgr. — G. E. Raymond. 
Stage Mgr. — W. L. Landon. 
Carpenter — Frank Nelson. 
"Props." — Frank Piper. 
Electr. — Sam Ackerman. 
Operator — Chas. Wells. 
Current— 210 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 35 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 74 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 35 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 65. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back — 10 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 

Theatre Laundry 

Trunks $1.00 (round trip). 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello. 

Next usual stand is Winnipeg. 

Soo Line R. R. — Leave 5:40 P. M. Sunday; Arrive 8:55 A. M. Monday. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $2.75; Lower, $2:20. 



Hotel Radisson 

7th St., near Nicollet Ave., 
Same block as Orpheum 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

THE FINEST HOTEL 
IN THE, TWIN CITIES 



No. 1 Location on Map.) 




THE E.AT GARDEN 

2nd floor, Pantages Bldg., Hennepin at 7th Minneapolis, Minn. 

An Atmosj^nere of Beauty ana ^Refinement 

A Good MenuaVaried-Changed each day 

Continuous Service — Open 11 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. 



W. C. HOLTON, Pres. and Mgr. 



(No. 3 Location on Map) 



126 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA. PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

Mgr.— Jas. H. Rice. Conductor — Blaine Allen. 

Stage Mgr. — Ray Aarseth. Treas. — Manager. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Press Rep't.— Jack McClure. 

"Props." — Harry Chapman. Operator — Ernie Port. 

Asst. "Props." — Fred Young. Flyman— Harry Rice. 

Electr. — Earl Odette. • Grip. — Deacon Holmes. 

Current — 110 Volts D. C. No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 

Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

Wall to Wall— 72 feet. No. Days Engaged—?. 

Height of Grid— 65 feet. First Night Show— 7:10 P. M. 

Depth of Stage— 26 feet. Opening Day— Sunday. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Sets of Lines— 30. Shows Saturday— 3. 

Stage Open-10 A. M. Shows Sunday-5. 

, ° Rehearsal — 10:30 A. M. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. Salary Paid— After Matinee. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. ^ Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Antes Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Theatre has shower baths. , 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Winnipeg. 

Soo Line R. R. — Leave 5:40 P. M.; Arrive 8:35 A. M. 
Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $2.75; Lower, $2.20. 

While artiste is performing the management permits no coaxing, 
stalling or sarcasm. 

Mr. Pantages has made a general order, covering the entire circuit, 
that no live pets are allowed back of stage unless employed in the act. 
If carried they must be kept at the hotel. Household pets are allowed 
in Canada. 

Leave your baggage checks with the stage manager on your arrival. 

Crew hang the show at 10 A. M. Sunday. 

Smoking rule extremely strict here. 

All circuit tickets, sleepers, immigation and baggage manifests are 
handled by the local management which saves you the annoyance of 
being hustled out of bed to give information on the train. Baggage car 
also attended to. This opening house on the circuit is a splendid sample 
of "Pantages' Efficiency." 

Deduction for fares begins here. Usually $25.00 a person each week 
until paid, though, naturally, the more you pay the sooner you liquidate 
the account and the "pleasure is all yours" when you receive your salary 
every week intact, with no fares to pay. 

OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE FOLLOWING THIS ONE 

Verify your R. R. leaving time as possible changes have been made 
over which the publisher has no control. 

Make yourself familiar with the points of information contained in 
ths book. 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 127 



MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA. 

Mgr. — Harry E. Billings. 
Stage Mgr.— Jos. M. Hodgeman. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Jack Kurth. 
Electr. — Arthur Randall. 
Operator — Earl Champion. 
Current— 110 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 65 feet. 
Height of Grid— 55 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 26 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 50. 
Stage Opening — 9 A. M. 



PALACE THEATRE. 

Conductor — Moritz Langstadt. 
Matinee— 2:45 P. M. 
First Night Show — 7:45 P. M. 
Press Rep't. — Miss Pope. 
Flyman — Walter Bock. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily— 3. 
Shows Saturday — 5. 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Last Night. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Baggageman — Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 



HOTEL ELGIN 

Hennepin at 8th Street, Minneapolis, Minn. 

One Block from Pantages and Orpheum. Two Blocks from Grand 
Three Blocks from Palace 

This is the Hotel Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty 

(No. 4 Location on Map) 



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128 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



MISSOULA GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspaper, the "Missoulian" (both A. M. and P. M.). 

Pantages acts after playing here you have two days open before the 
Spokane engagement so that those who are interested in scenic trips 
can leave Missoula at 2:15 P. M. on Friday in a seven passenger car 
for a fifty mile ride through the famous "Bitter Root Valley" to Hamil- 
ton, returning at 10:00 A. M. Saturday morning in time to get the train 
to Spokane. Fare to Hamilton and return to Missoula, $2.15. Stop 
over night in Hamilton at the Ravalli Hotel. Motor car for this trip 
leaves from in front of the Shapard Hotel, Missoula. Car operated by 
L. L. Edwards. 

Best train out of Missoula for Spokane leaves at 12:01, noon, arriv- 
ing in Spokane at 9:15 P. M. 

Another fine trip to kill the two open days is to take Kelly's Auto 
Stage from Missoula, leaving at 8:00 A. M. and go to Poison, 70 miles, 
where you get a steamer across the Flathead Lake, 35 miles, to Kali- 
spell and from there you take the Gt. Northern R. R. to Spokane. 
(Should your tickets from Missoula to Spokane read No. Pac. R. R., 
why this last mentioned trip would cost you extra fare as mentioned 
above you take the Gt. Northern into Spokane but if you are buying 
your tickets from town to town it will cost very little more.) 

Those who are interested in Indian Reservations can take the No. 
Pac. R. R. on their regular tickets, towards Spokane and get off at 
Plains, Mont., and take an auto to the Flathead Reservation. 

Between Missoula and Spokane, at Paradise, set your watch BACK 
one hour. For best scenic effects on this trip (provided you take the 
12:01, noon, train out of Missoula), sit on the right hand side of the 
car until 2:00 P. M., then change to the left hand side until 5:00 P. M., 
when you go back to the right hand side. Be on the lookout for "Cabinet 
Gorge." It is a beautiful sight but lasts only a few seconds. 

Missoula is the home of Miss Jeanette Rankin, the only lady Con- 

gressMAN. _^^__^^^_^^^^^^^__^^___^___^.^__=—___i^.^^^^_ 

MISSOULA, MONTANA. BIJOU THEATRE (A. & H.). 

Mgr. — Henry Turner. Treas.— Manager. 

Stage Mgr.— R. R. Garver. Press Rep't.— Manager. 

Carpenter— Mr. Peterson. ' No. Dressing Rooms— 6. 

"Props." — Andrew Kron. No. Days Engaged — 2. 

Electr. — Stage Manager. Opening Day — Saturday. 

Operator — Heck Reeves. Shows Daily — 2. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. Shows Saturday— 2. 

Stage Open— 11 A. M. Shows Sunday— 3. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Rehearsal— 11 : 30 A. M. 

Matinee— 3 P. M. Salary Paid— After each day. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman — Barger Trans. Co. Trunks 50c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Four. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums. 

No stage dimensions given, but it is exceedingly small and no par- 
ticular height. This stage is about the smallest on the circuit. 

ON "ONE NIGHT STANDS" LEAVE YOUR HOTEL BAGGAGE AT 

THE STATION AND AVOID HAULING CHARGES 

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MISSOULA, MONTANA. PANTAGES' LIBERTY THEATRE 

Mgr — w. H. Smead. Conductor — Herbert Resnor. 

Stage Mgr.— R. R. Garver. Matinee— None. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

"Props."— Andrew Kron. Press Rep't— Manager. 

Electr.— Stage Manager. Operator— Joe Beaubein. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. Flyman— Babe Kron. 

Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. Grip.— None. 

Wall to Wall— 58 feet. No. Dressing Rooms— 9. 

Height of Grid— 64 feet. Stage Dressing Rooms— None. 

Depth of Stage — 34 feet. No. Days Engaged — 1. 

Depth of "One"— 7 feet. Opening Day— Thursday. 

Stage"" Open-7 A.' M. S^^^^ Daily-2 at Night. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. or in Man- Rehearsal— 5 P. M. 
ager's Office. Salary Paid — In Butte in advance. 

Theatre Laundry — Missoula Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Garber Trans. Co. Theatre pays transfer. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Spokane. 

No. Pac. R. R. — (See General Information page for train service to 
Spokane.) 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.76; Lower, $2.20; Tourist, $1.10. 

Leave your hotel baggage at the station and save hauling charges. 

Hotel Shapard 

MISSOULA. MONTANA 
One Block from the Station, on the right 

Our Cafe in connection is praised all over 

the Circuits 

Rooms Single 75c and $1.00, Double $1.00 and $1.50 
Double with Bath $2.00 and $2.50 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 

When you finish playing the circuit and feel you need a rest 
of a few weeks in the summer take a trip up to Davenport Cen- 
ter, N. Y.y and spend the time with Dan Sherman at Sherman 
Lake. It will put new "pep" in you. "After the high life try 
the simple." Everybody in Davenport knows "Dan," but then, 
"Davenport Center isn't such a large town." 



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Visitors always welcome to inspect. We enjoy the Pantages trade 
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU (No. 1 Location on Map) 



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BROADWAY THEATRE. 

Conductor — Harry Coogan. 

Height of Grid— 48 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 

Depth of "One" — 8. 

Sets of Lines— 40. 

Stage Open— 11 A. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 

No. Days Engaged — 2. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Sunday — 3. 

Rehearsal — 12 Noon. 

Salary Paid — After Last Act. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman — Muskogee Trans. Co. Trunks 50c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Four. 

Instruments in Orchestra— Piano, Violin, Drums, Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is Waco. 

Local Newspapers — "Phoenix" (A. M.); "Democrat" (P. M.). 

Unless the circuit has arranged for the acts to play McAllister, 
Okla., you have several days open after Muskogee before opening in 
Dallas so that you can make a day trip to Dallas and avoid taking a 
sleeper. 



MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. 

Mgr. — Dan. Myers. 
Stage Mgr. — Geo. Proctor. 
Treas. — Manager, 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Milo Miller. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 220 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 27 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 60 feet. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — Hugh Marsh. 
Grip.— Floyd Ellis. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 5 and 5 
Above. 



NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. 

Mgr. — W. Kattman. 

Treas. — Aline Russell. 

Stage Mgr.— W. B. Vail. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Carpenter-r-Stage Manager. 

"Props." — B. Maus. 

Electr. — C. Doiseau. 

Operator — A. Chateau, C. Ascher. 

Current— 110 Volts D. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 63 feet. 

Height of Grid— 60 feet. 

Depth of Stage — 44 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 50. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Chalmette Laundry Co. 
Theatre Baggageman — J. Jenevein. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Instruments in Orchestra—Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Unless baggageman meets you at the train bring your checks to the 
theatre as soon as possible. 



CRESCENT THEATRE (LOEW). 

Conductor — J. Meade. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 
Matinee— 3:30 P. M.: Sunday, 2:15 

P. M. 
Shows Daily— 3. 
First Night Show— 6.45 P. M. 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
Shows Saturday — 4. 
No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 
Stage Open — 10 A. M. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 
Flyman — E. Palischke. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 2, 
No. Dressing Rooms — 14 (Balcony). 
Salary Paid — Last Show. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



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NEW ORLEANS GENERAL INFORMATION. 
Railroad Stations. 

Union Station, 111. Cent, and So. Pacific R. R., Howard Ave. 

Terminal Station, Southern Railway and Q. & N., Canal and Basin. 

L. & N. Station, foot of Canal. 

Texas &~ Pacific Station, Melpomene and the River (uptown). 

Local newspapers: "Picayune" (A.M.), "Daily States" and "Item" 
(P.M.). 

Golf Links: Country Club. 18 holes. Get card from Manager. Mu- 
nicipal Golf Links. 9 holes. No charge. 



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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. 

Mgr. — Arthur White. 

Stage Mgr. — Ed. Mather. 

Carpenter — Chas. Coggins. 

"Props." — Joe Alloy. 

Grip. — E. Rizzo and J. Wegman. 

Current— 110 Volts D. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 58 feet. 

Height of Grid— 72 feet. 

Depth of Stage — 37 feet. 

Depth of "One" — 7 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 58. 

Stage Open— 8 A. M. 

Mail Back — 9 A. M. 

Matinee— 2:10 P. M. 

Night Show— 8:10 P. M. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Chalmette Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Joe, Jenevein. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Eleven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violins (3), Cornet, Trombone, 
Drums, Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin. 

Next usual stand is Fort Worth. 

T. & P. R. R.— Leave 10:35 A. M.; Arrive 9:20 A. M. 

Location marked "X" on the map is the new Orpheum which is ex- 
pected to open Labor Day, 1920. 



ORPHEUM THEATRE, 

Conductor — Emile Tasso. 
Treas. — Frank Marcamte. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator— Touro Glucksman. 
Flyman — Walter Collins. 
Electr. — E. M. Synder. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 16. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 4 

above. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily— 2. 
Shows Saturday — 2. 
Shows Sunday — 2. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows 



JACOMET'S 

RESTAURANT 

731 Iberville St., 
NEW ORLEANS. LA. 

60c Table d'Hote 
Dinner 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 



RE,MBRANDT 
STUDIO 

918 Canal St. 

NEW ORLEANS. LA. 

Specializing in 

Professional Photos 

SPECIAL RATES 
Work Finished in 2 Days 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



CHALMETTE LAUNDRY CO., 



NEW ORLEANS. LA. 



OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD AND FOLLOWING 

THIS ONE 



134 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. PALACE THEATRE. 

Mgr. — Ben J. Piazza. Conductor — Jos. Fulco. 

Stage Mgr.— E. J. Mauras. Treas.— John Kruse. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Press Rep't.— Mrs. Durham. 

"Props."— James L. Sinott. Operator— W. Cheataeu. 

Grip— N. Pattison. Flyman— E. Faber. 

Electr. — E. Berberich. No. Dressing Rooms — 13. 

Current— 110 Volts D. C. Stage Dressing Rooms — 4 (balance 

Proscenium Opening — 40 feet. above). 

Wall to Wall— 80 feet. No. Days Engaged— 3 and 4. 

Height of Grid— 60 feet. Opening Day— Mon. and Thurs. 

Depth of Stage— 48 feet. First Night Show— 7:15 P. M. 

Depth of "One"— 9 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Sets of Lines— 54. Shows Saturday— 3. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. Shows Sunday— 5. 

Mail Back—lO A. M. Rehearsal— 11 A. M. 

Matinee— 1:30 P. M. First act, 3:15 Salary Paid— Between Shows. 
P. M. Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Central Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — J. Jenevein. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Theatre has baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Mobile, Ala. 

L. & N. R. R.— Leave 8:20 A. M.; Arrive 12:50 P. M. 

Permanent change rooms on both sides of the stage. N. V. A. club 
room in No. 10 dressing room. 

OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD AND FOLLOWING 

THIS ONE 



IF THIS BOOK PLEASES YOU, EXPRESS YOUR PRAISE "FORTE" 
IF IT DOES NOT PLEASE YOU, THEN MAKE IT "TACIT" 

Verify your time of leaving as possible changes may have been made 
over which the publisher has no control. The times given are more to 
show you the time consumed between jumps. 



If you find a good hotel or restaurant in this man's town kindly call 
their attention to the merits of this guide as an advertsing proposition. 



Before Buying that New Trunk, investigate the novel 

"HERBERT LLOYD" TRUNK 

Made by Geo. Burroughs & Sons, Milwaukee. 

It is a combined Wardrobe, Dressing Room and Office. 

It must be seen to be appreciated. 



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OAKLAND GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Tribune," "Enquirer" and "Post" (all P.M.). 

Golf Course. Claremont Country Club. 18 holes. $1.00 a day, $2.00 
on Saturday, or $5.00 a week. 

See local manager for card of introduction to the club grounds. 

Beautiful motor drives around this town. 

When leaving Oakland via So. Pac. R. R., make sure that you go 
to the right So. Pac. station as the So. Pac. have several in Oakland. 

THE COLONIAL CAFETERIA 

OAKLAND, CALIF. 

14th Street, between Broadway and Franklin Street 

An Exceptional Cafeteria. Equally the Best. Supplying 

Only the Finest Food Obtainable. 

First-Class Service (No. 4 Location on Map) Popular Prices 



OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE FOLLOWING THIS ONE 



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OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr. — Harry E. Cornell. 
Stage Mgr. — Prank Casey. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props" — Bob Vaughn. 
Electr. — Frank Ahearn. 
Operator — Ben Gavica. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 68 feet. 
Height of Grid— 70 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 32 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 68. 
Stage Open — 7 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Conductor — Leo Kowalski. 

Flyman — Bob Abbott. 

Grip — Joe Tietz. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 18. 

No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

Shows Daily — 2. 

Shows Saturday — 2. 

Shows Sunday — 2. 

Matinee— 2 P. M. 

Night Show— 8 P. M. 

Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Saturday, 11 A. M. 

Where Salary Paid — Mgr.'s Office. 

Treas.— E. Carroll. 

Press Rep't. — Fred Sterns. 



Trombone, Drums, 



Theatre Baggageman — (See note below.) 

Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, 
Cello, Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin. 

Next usual stand is (see below). 

Next stand usually Stockton. 

Central California Traction Co. — Leave Oakland 9:55 A. M.; Arrive 
at Stockton at 11:45 A. M. 

A traveling Orpheum Manager, Mr. Harry Cambell, also a traveling 
musical conductor, Mr. Caesar Brand, joins the show and travels with it 
to Sacramento and Fresno. 

One rehearsal for the week at Stockton. 

Route for the week as follows: Stockton, Sunday and Monday, 
Yosemite Theatre; Sacramento, Tuesday and Wednesday, Clunie Or- 
pheum, Fresno, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, White Orpheum. 

Usually the shows have their own baggage car. 

Gus Temps' City Trans. Co. haul the baggage both in San Francisco 
and Oakland. The Author of this book has been unable to get a fixed 
-charge for these hauls, for insertion in this book, even after writing 
repeatedly for same. Would suggest that you ascertain yourselves dir.ect. 

The City Trans. Co. work in conjunction with the People's Trans. Co. 
of Oakland. 



B. KORPELR 

592 Twelfth Street, next to Orpheum 

OAKLAND, CALIF. 

MANUFACTURING FURRIER 

SEAL SKIN GARMENTS MADE TO ORDER 

Re-dyeing and re-modeling a specialty. Extensive work furnished Sophie 
Tucker, Ruth Budd, Sol. Berns, Mrs. Herbert Lloyd, 
Dainty Marie and many others. 
(No. 1 Location on Map) 



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OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

]VIgr Tom J. Myers. Conductor — Ernest Weigel. 

Stage Mgr.— Geo. Garside. Treas.— Edith Brissey. 

Carpenter— Fred Goss. Press Rep't.— Marion Allen. 

*'Props."— Dan Meader. Flyman— Jim -Dufane. 

Electr.— Frank Fournier. Grip— Willis. 

Operator— J. C. Hamilton. No. Dressing Rooms— 9. 

Current— 220 Volts A. C; 110 D. C. Stage Dressing Rooms— 0. 

Proscenium Opening— 35 feet. No. Days Engaged— 7. 

Wall to Wall— 65 feet. Opening Day— Sunday. 

Height of Grid— 70 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Depth of Stage— 28 feet. Shows Saturday— 3. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. Shows Sunday— 4. 

Sets of Lines— Ample. First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Stage Opens— 10 A. M. Rehearsal— 11 A. M. 

Mail— Box Office. Salary Paid— 1:30 P. M., Sat. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. Where Salary Paid— Mgr.'s Office. 

Theatre Laundry— CRYSTAL LAUNDRY. 

Theatre Baggageman — City Trans. Co. of San Francisco, in connec- 
tion with People's Ex. Co., Oakland. Trunks 75c (round trip). Have 
hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute. 

Next usual stand is Los Angeles. 

So. Pac. R. R. — Leave (see below). 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $2.20; Lower, $2.75; Tourist, $1.10 and $1.38. 

Train service to Los Angeles as follows (be sure and verify) : Leave 
Oakland at 7:13 A. M.; Arrive Los Angeles 10:30 P. M.; Leave Oakland 
at 4:35 P. M.; Arrive Los Angeles 9:30 A. M. 

Morning train the best as you need no sleeper. Get a seat on the 
right-hand side of the car, which is the Ocean side. 

Leaving from Oakland you may possibly have to change cars at San 
Jose. Be sure you go to the right So. Pac. Station in Oakland. 

^ HOTEL ADAMS 

(ORPHEUM HOTEL) 

Same Building as the Orpheum Theatre 
Special Rates to Orpheum and Pantages Artistes 

KEY ROUTE CARS FROM S. F. 
Take car marked Oakland— two front cars. 

12th St. Cars from 16th St. Depot PHAQ PITTPPV M»« 

Pass the Hotel Door. CHAb. CITTERY, Mgr. 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 

"MARINE. GROTTO" 

432 Fourteenth St., Oakland, Calif. 
SERVING SEA FOOD EXCLUSIVELY 

Crabs Lobsters Oysters and Fish 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 

OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD OF THIS ONE 



138 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

OGDEN, UTAH. ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Mgr.— J. F. Goss. (PANTAGES) 

Stage Mgr.— Earl Lamb. Conductor— E. C. Larsen. 

Treas.— Florence Fisher. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Press Rep't— Mgr. First Night Show— 7:15 P. M. 

Carpenter— Stage Mgr. Flyman— Jack Cook. 

"Props."— Thomas Osborne. No. Days Engaged— 3. 

Electr.— Claude Seppich. Dressing Rooms— 12. 

Operator— Electrician. Stage Open— 10 A. M. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. and D. C. Opening Day— Thurs. or Wed. 
Proscenium Opening— 38 feet. Shows Daily — 3. 

Wall to Wall— 65 feet. Shows Saturday— 3. 

Height of Grid- 58 feet. Rehearsal— 11 A. M. 

Depth of Stage— 37 feet. Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. Salary Paid— Between Shows. 

Sets of Lines— 45. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Taylor Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman— Slade Trans. Co. Trunks 60c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra— Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Denver. 

U. Pac. R. R.— Leave 8:35 A. M.; Arrive 9:15 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $3.52; Lower, $4.40. 

Local Newspapers — "Examiner" (A. M.) and "Standard" (P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Country Club (see Manager). Holes— 18. Cost 
per day — Free. 

Should this theatre happen to play a road combination on either 
Thursday, Friday or Saturday, then the Pantages' shows opens on 
Wednesday in place of Thursday so as to get in their three days. 

On arrival in Denver be on the lookout for the Wright Trans. Co.'s 
man, who is usually on the platform when you get off the train. If he is 
not there, take your checks to the theatre, but if train is late he is sure 
to be on deck. Do not give your checks to any agent on the train. 

It is imperative that you take the above train out of Ogden for Den- 
ver. The time table shows a connection for a later train out of Ogden, 
but this is uncertain and very seldom reaches Denver in time for you 
to make the matinee. 

Take an early train out of Salt Lake for Ogden and carry your music. 

For a wonderful night's sleep spend a night at the Hermitage Hotel 
up in Ogden Canyon, reached by trolley. Only thirty minutes' ride. 

KENNEDY^S CAFETERIA 

2462 Washington Avenue, Ogden, Utah 

A Good Place to Eat Popular Prices 

Open: 6:15 A.M. to 8:15 P.M. 
(No. 1 Location on Map) 

OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY 

Theatrical Work a Specialty 

Verify Your Time of Leaving Always. 



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"VAUDEVILLE TRAILS THRU THE WEST" 

Advertising Rates upon Application. 

Address 
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GENERAL INFORMATION, OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA. 

Local newspapers: "Oklahoman" (A.M.), "News" and "Times" 
(P.M.). 

The managers of either house can arrange for performers to play 
golf, at the Country Club. 18 holes. $1.00 a day fee. 

Be careful about gambling, even in the smallest way, in the theatres 
as the "Plain Clothes" men are always on the job. (The Stage Manager 
and Leader of the Liberty Theatre will verify this.) 

THE YALE CAFETERIA 

Broadway, between Main and Grand Ave., 
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA. 

''REAL HOME COOKED MEALS 
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BERT YALE, Mgr. 

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OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA. 

Mgr.— H. W. McCall. 
Stage Mgr. — Dud Clanton. 
Carpenter— Stage Manager. 
"Props," — Tom Bailey. 
Electr. — Eugene Dearth. 
Operator — Geo. Adams. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 31 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 50 feet. 
Height of Grid— 60 feet. 
Flyman — H. Thompson. 
Grip — Jack Hesener. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 8. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 6 above. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Sunday. 



LIBERTY THEATRE. 

Conductor — Frank Foral. 

Depth of Stage— 32 feet. 

Depth of "One" — 12 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 40. 

Stage Open — 10 A. M. 

Mail Back — 12 noon. 

Matinee — 3 P. M. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 

Treas.— H. W. McCall. 

Press Rep't. — H. W. Ferguson. 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 4. 

Shows Sunday — 4. 

Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 

Salary Paid— Bet. Shows Sat. Night. 

Where Salary Paid — Office in Front. 
Theatre Baggageman — Globe Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. Theatre Laundry — Palace Laundry. 
Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. Next usual stand is Muskogee. 

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OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA. LYRIC THEATRE. 

Mgr. — Peter Sinopulo. Conductor — Mrs. C. N. Haskett. 

Treas.— John Sinopulo. Press Rep't— Mrs. Smith. 

Stage Mgr.— Dennis Fortner. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. Sun. and Sat. 

Carpenter— Stage Mgr. Other days 3. 

"Props."— A. B. Fortner. First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 

Electr.— Stage Mgr. Operator— J. H. Hill. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. No. Dressing Rooms— 8. 

Proscenium Opening— 26 feet. Stage Dressing Rooms— 2 (6 above). 

Wall to Wall— 43 feet. No. Days Engaged— 4 and 3. 

Height of Grid— 44 feet.- Opening Day— Sun. and Thurs. 

Depth of Stage— 27 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. Shows Saturday— 4. 

sets of Lines-22 feet. R^hl^sl'-n a' M. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. Salary Paid— Between Shows. 

Mail Back — 10 A. M. Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Palace Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — O. K. Baggage Co. Trunks 50c (round trip), 
theatre, 75c hotel. 

Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Clarionette. 

EGBERT HOTEL 

115 N. BROADWAY, OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA 

SPECIAL RATES TO PERFORMERS 

Chas. Harris Prop. Thos. E. CuUen, Mgr. 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 

The Globe Transfer & Storage Co; 

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 

HAULS FOR THE LIBERTY THEATRE 

Leave checks at the office, next to the Kingkade Hotel 
(No. 5 Location on IVIap) 

OTHER LOCAL INFORIVIATION ON PAGE AHEAD OF THIS ONE 

KINDLY MENTION THIS BOOK TO OUR ADVERTISERS 

IF THIS BOOK PLEASES YOU, EXPRESS YOUR PRAISE "FORTE" 
IF IT DOES NOT PLEASE YOU, THEN MAKE IT "TACIT" 

Always verify your time of leaving as no doubt possible changes have 
been made over which the publisher has no control. 

Propertyman to act who's "prop" list calls for a "32 revolver." "Sorry 
Bo, I've been all over town and all I can collect is 29." 



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THE HOTEL ROME 

Management, ROME MILLER 
Omaha, Neb. 

''THE HOUSE OF COURTESY*' 



Our own Auto Bus meets all trains, upstairs across the street from Station. 

FARE 25c 

Beautiful New Cafeteria Modest Prices Strictly Sanitary 

Fireproof Sprinkler Complete Safety 

"We will appreciate your patronage if you will appreciate our hotel.'' 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 



144 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



OMAHA GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Bee," "World Herald" and "News." 
Golf Links: Elmwood Park and Miller Park. No charge. 



OMAHA, NEB. 
Mgr. — Marquand & Ledoux. 
Stage Mgr.— Chas. W. Porter. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Frank Galigan. 
Electr. — E. Grace. 
Current— A. C. and D. C. 110. 
Proscenium Opening — 31 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 45 feet. 
Height of Grid— 39 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 20 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 38. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 1:30 P. M. 
Before 1 P. M. go to office in front. 



EMPRESS THEATRE. 

Conductor — Hugo Nordin. 

Matinee— 2 P. M. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 

Operator — Oscar Wickland. 

Flyman — Chas. Voorhees. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 

Stage Dressing Rooms— 2. 

No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 

Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 

Shows Daily — 4. 

Shows Saturday — 5, 

Shows Sunday — 5. 

Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Between Shows., Sat. 

Mat. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Theatre Laundry — Adams Laundry Co. 
Theatre Baggageman — "Only Way" Trans. 



trip). 



Co. Trunks 75c (round 



Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Nine. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Cello. 

Leave baggage checks at the station with the "Only Way" Trans. Co. 
(Omaha Tran. Co.) 

HOTEL NEVILLE 

Cor. 16th and Dodge St., Opp. P. O., Omaha, Neb. 

WM. KOENIG, Prop. 

Half Block from the Empress. Take Dodge St. Car from the Station. 

Hot and Cold Water, Electric Lights and Telephone in Every Room 

New and Modern. Special Rates to the Profession 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



Next to 
ORPHEUM 
Stage Door 

(No. 2 on the Map) 




Also the 

UNEEDA 
CAFETERIA 

115 N. 16th St. 



1509 HARNEY ST 
OMAHA. NEB. 



OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD AND FOLLOWING 

THIS ONE 



HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 145 

OMAHA, NEBRASKA. ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Mgr.— Wm. P, Byrne. Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Stage Mgr.— Chas. Gore. Conductor— Ernest Nordin. 

Carpenter — Otto Schneidewiend. Treas. — C. O. Wilkes. 

"Props."— "Doc" Kemp. Press Rep't. — Keene Abbott. 

Electr.— O. W. Rowland. Flyman — Harry Bushey. 

Operator — Fred Stewart. Grip — Wm. Quinlin. 

Current— A. C. and D. C, 110. No. Dressing Rooms— 11. 

Proscenium Opening— 38 feet. stage Dressing Rooms— 1. 

Wall to Wall— 80. No. Days Engaged— 7. 

Height of Grid— 70 feet. Opening Day— Sunday. 

Depth of Stage— 38 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Depth of "One"— 11 feet. Shows Sunday— 2. 

Sets of Lines— 38. Shows Sunday— 2. 

o* /^ -lA A n/r Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 

Stage Open-10 A. M. g^j^^^ Paid-Ask Stage Manager. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Ask Stage 

Matinee — 2:15 P. M. Manager. 

Theatre Laundry — Evans Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Omaha Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello. 



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Manufacturers of 

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(Patent Applied for) 



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HAUL FOR ALL THE PORTLAND THEATRES 

Office. 15th and HOYT STREETS 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 147 

PORTLAND, OREGON, GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Oregonian" (A.M.), "News," "Telegraph" and 
"Journal" (P.M.). 

Waverly Golf Course. 18 holes. Daily fee $1.00. 

Municipal Golf Links. 18 holes. Daily fee 25c. 

Between matinee and night show take a five cent car ride to the 
top of Hill Crescent and note the beautiful homes overhanging the 
mountain. 

Take a motor drive over the Columbian Highway. 

Only a few blocks from the center of the city, walking distance, is 
the Forestry Building, made of the largest trees in the world. 

New P. O. in Portland on B'way one block from station. Sub Sta- 
tion, very close to theatres. 



Imperial Dairy Lunch 

Portland, Oregon R. J. Griesel, Mgr. 

An Up-To-Date 
SANITARY QUICK LUNCH 

375 Washington St. 291 Washington St. 

(Next to Strand Theatre) (Perkins Hotel Bldg.) 

No. 1 Location on Map.) (No. 4 Location on Map) 

Bab's Restaurant 

326 Stark Street PORTLAND 

Owned and Operated by the 

PORTLAND CATERING CO. 

PURE FOODS PROPERLY COOKED 
UP- TO- THE MINUTE SERVICE 

James H. Babcock was formerly the proprietor of Bartholdi's, of 
New York, and later operated the famous * 'Bab's" Restaurant in 
San Francisco. EVERYBODY IN PORTLAND KNOWS HIM. 
Barbecues, Clam Bakes and Bull Head Breakfasts a Specialty 
TO EAT AND LIVE WELL, GO TO "BAB'S." 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 



148 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



PORTLAND, OREGON. 

Mgr. — F. J. McGettigan. 

Treas. — M. A. Anderson. 

Stage Mgr. — Louis Fried ("Butch"). 

Press Rep't. — Mgr. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. 

"Props." — Bruce Curtis. 

Electr. — Ed. Barber. 

Operator — Gurney Hays. 

Current— 110 Volts D. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 

Height of Grid— 70 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 40 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 50. 

S. Laundry. 



HEILIG THEATRE (ORPHEUM). 

Conductor — Geo. E. Jeffery. 

Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 

Flyman, W. E. ("Bill") Day. 

Grip— Chas. R. Whitwell. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 14. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 14. 

No. Days Engaged — 3%. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

Stage Open— 10 A. M. 

Shows Daily — 2. 

Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Wednesday Matinee. 

Where Salary Paid — On Stage. 



Co. Trunks 75c (round 



Theatre Laundry — U. 

Theatre Baggageman — Olsen-Roe Trans, 
trip). Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Cello, Clarionette, Bass, Flute. 

Next usual stand is San Francisco. 

So. Pac. R. R. — Leave 1 A. M.; Arrive 10:50 A. M. (second day). 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $3.96; Lower, $4.95. 

The Orpheum engagement in Portland is for seven or eight perform- 
ances, opening with a matinee Sundays. Whenever the Heilig Theatre is 
not engaged Wednesday night by a road show, concert or local attraction 
the Orpheum bill is held over and the Artistes are paid pro rata for the 
extra performance Wednesday night. 

As a rule, the Orpheum show going south from Portland has its own 
baggage car. 

The Portland Hotel 

On Broadway, between Yamhill and Morrison Sts. 

Covering an entire City Block 



One Square from the Orpheum 



(No. 8 Location on Map) 



IMPERIAL HOTEL 

Corner of Broadway and Stark St., 

PORTLAND'S PREMIER HOTEL 

The Beautiful ''POMPEIAN RESTAURANT' m connectwn 

Patronized by the Elite of the Profession 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 

OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD AND FOLLOWING 

THIS ONE 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 149 



Local Manager here goes to Hippodrome, Oakland, in September 

HIPPODROME (A. & H.)- 
Conductor— S. W. Rosekrook. 
Treas. — Mrs. J. Lyle. 
Press Rep't.— S. C. Meyer. 
Operator — Jas. Reese. 
Flyman — Sam Hockfelt. 
Grip — C. Jackson. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 



PORTLAND, ORGEON. 

Mgr.— W. W. Ely. 
Stage Mgr. — Jas. Williams. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — H. H. Moyer. 
Electr. — Ben Sculpius. 
Current— 110 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 42 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 86 feet. 
Height of Grid— 70 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 9 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 36 feet. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Matinee— 2 P. M. 



No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 

Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 

First Night Show— 7 : 30 P. M. 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 5. 

Shows Sunday — 5. 

Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Between Shows. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Theatre Baggageman — Olsen-Roe Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round 
trip.) Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. Theatre Laundry — Yale. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Bass, Organ. Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Next usual standi is Sacramento. So. Pac. R. R. Leave 7:30 A. M. 

Here in Portland, on your arrival and before going to your hotel, leave 
your baggage checks with the Janitor of the theatre as the crew finish 
hanging the entire show at 12 noon. 



6th and Alder Sts., 

PORTLAND, 

ORE. 




Owned and Operated by 

BLAZIER and 
KLEIN 



The Largest and Best on the Coast 



(No. 6 Location on Map) 



LENNONS 

309 Morrison Street 
OPP. OLD POST OFFICE 

also the WAIST SHOP 

[Portland Hotel Court] 

Men and Women's Gloves, 

Hosiery, Under'wear, Hand« 

Kerchiefs, Umbrellas and 

Women's Blouses 

10% DISCOUNT TO ARTISTS 

(No. 7 Location on Map) 



SANDY'S 
KODAK SHOP 

328 Washington Street 
PORTLAND, ORE. 

**For VC^orh that 7S ^andy 
Be Sure ana See Sandy 

SPECIAL SERVICE 

"Films in at One 

At Five they are Done" 

(No. 5 Location on Map) 



150 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

PORTLAND, OREGON. PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

Mgr. — J. A. Johnson. Conductor — H. K. Evenson. 

Treas. — Manager. Press Rep't. — Ted Lansing. 

Stage Mgr. — Hermon Emery. Flyman — Jas. R. Rankin. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. Grip — Al, Wilson. 

"Props." — R. J. Hoshour. No. Dressing Rooms — 11. 

Electr. — Ernest H. Hood. Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

Current — 110 Volts D. C. No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. Opening Day — Monday. 

Wall to Wall— 75 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Height of Grid — 62 feet. Shows Saturday — 3. 

Depth of Stage — 25 feet. Shows Sunday— 5. 

Depth of "One"— 7 feet. Rehearsal— 11 A. M. 

Q^+o ^f T,-«^„ ^A Matinee Time— 2:30 P. M. 

Sets of Lmes-40. ^.^^^ ^.^^^ Show-7 P. M. 

Stage Open— 10 A. M. Salary Paid— Between Shows. 

Mail Back — 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman — Olsen-Roe Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round 
trip). Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is San Jose. 

Before playing San Francisco acts play two days, Friday and Satur- 
day, at the Victory Theatre, San Jose, but lay over in San Francisco until 
Friday A. M. Leave your hotel trunks in San Francisco. Arrange on 
Thursday of this week for the trip to the top of Mount Tamalpais. This 
is the one full day you have at liberty to make this wonderful excursion. 

So. Pac! R. R. — Leave 1 A. M.; Arrive 10:50 A. M. (second day) in 
San Francisco. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $3.96; Lower, $4.95. 

Manager always arranges for a special baggage car. 

Performers can arrange by speaking to the stage manager to take 
their personal hotel trunk with them. 

In San Francisco take checks to stage manager or City Trans. Co., 
215 Taylor St. 

In Portland, on your arrival and before going to your hotel, leave 
your baggage checks with the janitor of the theatre, as the crew hangs 
the show very early. 

The new Post Office is on Broadway near Hoyt, about one block from 
the railroad station, where the General Delivery is located. 

The old Post Office is now used as a sub-station. 

THE WILLARD HOTEL 

Park St., between Alder and Morrison 

One block only from "HIP" or *TAN" 

Write for extreme low rates before going elsewhere, mentioning this book. 

Comfort and convenience within your means. 

All the expensive hotel improvements without the expense. 

OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE FOLLOWING THIS ONE 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 151 



PROVO, UTAH. 

Mgr. — John B. Ashton. 
Stage Mgr. — Jerry Cluff. 
Treas. — Maurice Dunn. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
Electr. — H. B. Ashton. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 60 feet. 
Height of Grid— 60 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 40 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 12 feet 
Sets of Lines — 75. 
Stage Open — 8 A. M. 
Mail Back — 10 A. M. 



COLUMBIA THEATRE. 

Conductor — Sig. Appleman. 
Matinee— 3:45 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — Geo. Cole. 
Grip — Dick Kirkwood. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — All. 
No. Days Engaged — 1. 
Opening Day — Wednesday. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Rehearsal— 1:30 P. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Theatre Laundry — Provo Steam. 

Theatre Baggageman — Consumers Trans. Co. Trunks 50c (round 
trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Tromhone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Local Newspapers — "Post" and "Herald" (both P. M.). 

This house plays vaudeville on Wednesdays only. Sometimes Acker- 
man & Harris shows and sometimes Pantages. Pantages' acts can play 
it on Wednesday, as they finish in Salt Lake on Tuesday night and open 
in Ogden on Thursday, unless Ogden has a road show in for either 
Thursday, Friday or Saturday when they play the Pantages' show on 
Wednesday. 

Provo is located 48 miles south of Salt Lake City. Fare $2.65 round 
trip. Leave Salt Lake City at 9:15 A. M. on Wednesday and return the 
same night to Salt Lake, leaving the next morning (Thursday) for Ogden. 
One day, pro rata, of regular salary paid. 

IN EVENT YOU FIND A GOOD HOTEL AND CAFE IN THIS TOWN, 
ASK THEM WHY THEY ARE NOT IN THIS BOOK. 



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A Combined Wardrobe, Dressing Room and Office 
The Last Word in Trunk Convenience 



MADE BY 

GEO. BURROUGHS & SONS 
424 E. Water St. 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 



152 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



MAP OF PUEBLO 



PUEBLO, COLORADO. 

MAJESTIC THEATRE. 
(PANTAGES') 
Mgr. — L. C. Shepard. 
Treas. — L. R. Cutshaw. 
Stage Mgr. — P. L. Hubersberger. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 



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"Props." — Joe Darner. 

Electr. — Peter Huber. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. 

Operator — Ben Wright. 

Proscenium Opening — 24 

Wall to Wall— 48 feet. 

Height of Grid— 45 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 22 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 24. 

Stage Open — Noon. 

Conductor — Harry Brobst. 

Mail Back — Noon. 

Matinee— 3 P. M. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 

Press Rep't. — Morris Pinter. 

Flyman — Joe Winters. 

Grip — Martin Supon. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 1. or 2 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Rehearsal — Noon. 

Salary Paid — After Last Show. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Theatre Laundry — Colorado Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — John Grund, Pueblo Omnibus Co. Trunks 50c 
(round trip). Have hotel trunks read at 7 P. M. 
Number in Orchestra — Four. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Drums, Clarionette. 
Next usual stand is Oklahoma City. Leave 11:50 P.M.; Arrive 9 P. M. 
Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $3.08; Lower, $3.85. 
Local Newspapers — "Chieftain" (A. M.) and 
each 5c. 

Name of Golf Links — Fairmont Park. 9 Holes. Cost per day, nothing. 
Leave checks with Pueblo Omnibus Co. on arrival at the depot. You 
have very little time between your arrival and the matinee. 
Pantages' shows always play on Wednesdays. 

PUEBLO OMNIBUS & CAB CO., j. a. grund. Prop. 

Taxi Service Theatrical Transfer 

OFFICE AT UNION DEPOT 



SANTA FE STATION 3 BLOCKS 



'Journal" (P. M.), 



Ask your hotel and restaurant here why they are not in this book. 



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REGINA, THEATRE. 
Mgr.— O. W. Powell. 
Stage Mgr. — A. H. New. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — J. D. Frazer. 
Electr. — H. Hobson. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C.-D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 30 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 55 feet. 
Height of Grid— 34 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 25 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 21. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 9 A. M. 
Conductor — H. Pryce. 
—1 Matinee— 2 P. M. 
SO. RAILROAD ST. ^.^^^ ^^^^^ Show-7 P. M. 

IC.P.RI UNION STATlONlCNK | Treas.— Manager. 

Press Rep't — Manager. Opening Day — Monday. 

Operator — H. Hobson. Shows Daily — 3. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 9. Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. Salary Paid — Saturday Matinee. 

No. Days Engaged — 3. ' Where Salary Paid— Mgr.'s Office. 

Theatre J^aundry — Regina Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — (See stage manager.) Trunks 50c (round 
trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums. 

Local Newspapers — "Leader" (A. M.) and "Post" (P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Regina Golf Club. 9 Holes. 

Bring checks to theatre by 9 A. M. Hang show at 9:30 A. M. 

Next usual stand Saskatoon. 

C. P. R. R.— Leave 11:55 P. M.; Arrive 7 A. M. 

Sleeper — Lower, $1.75. 

VERIFY YOUR TRAIN TIME ALWAYS 

If the hotel or restaurant that you patronize In this town Is good 
and you think other performers should know about them, call their 
attention to the merts of this Guide Book. 



Country lady describing an act she saw at the local vaudeville thea- 
tre. "Oh, it was just grand. A man came out on the platform and played 
an 'obligation' on a cello and he took so well with the congregation he 
had to make six bends." 



154 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr. — Dan W. Reardon. 
Treas. — M. Arnold. 
Stage Mgr. — P. R. Brown. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Stage Manager. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 120 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 25 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 35 feet. 
Height of Grid— 17 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 19 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 3 . 



T. & D. THEATRE (A. & H.). 

Stage Open— 8 A. M. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Operator— C. R. Faurot. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 4. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 4. 

No. Days Engaged — 1. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

Shows Sunday — Continuous. 

Matinee — 2:15 P. M. Continuous. 

Rehearsal — 12 Noon. 

Salary Paid — After Last Show. 

Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 



Theatre Baggageman — Union Trans. Co. 

Number in Orchestra — Three. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Drums. 

Next usual stand is San Francisco. 

R. R.— (See below.) 

Coming to Richmond from San Francisco take the Key Route or So. 
Pac. Ferry. Acts can leave San Francisco at 10:40 A. M., arriving in 
Richmond at 11:50 A. M., but it is advisable to get an earlier ferry. 
Returning see local time table. Last show usually over at 10 P. M. 



ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING. 

Mgr. — Thomas Berta. 
Treasurer — Manager. 
Stage Mgr. — Ben Smith. 
Carpenter — Tom Saunders. 
"Props." — John Storey. 
Electr. — James Snowden. 
Current— 110-220 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 30 fset. 
Wall to Wall— 48 feet. 
Height of Grid— 40 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 26 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 20. 



GRAND THEATRE. 

Conductor — Lad Sery. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. 

No Matinee. 

Night Show— 9 P. M. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 3. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 1. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

Shows Daily — 1. 

Rehearsal— 4:30 P. M. 



Salary Paid — After Show. 
Where Salary Paid — Mgr.'s Office. 
Theatre Baggageman — Bunning Trans. Co. Trunks 35c (round trip). 
Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. 

Local Newspaper — "Daily Miner" (P. M.). 

Train for the east leaves at 12:58 (after the show), so it is not nec- 
essary to go to a hotel. 



ON 'ONE NIGHT STANDS" LEAVE YOUR HOTEL BAGGAGE AT 
THE STATION AND AVOID HAULING CHARGES 



Ask your hotel and restaurant man why he is not in this book. 
YOU know he should be. 



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SACRAMENTO GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local new.spapers: "Union" (A. M.), "Star" and "Bee" (both P.M.). 
Golf Course: Municipal. 9 holes. No charge. 

Points of interest: Riverside Swimming Pool, Joyland Park and tho 
Capitol Grounds. 

OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE FOLLOWING THIS ONE 

Ask your hotel or restaurant man why he he is not in this book. Show 
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ALWAYS VERIFY YOUR TRAIN SERVICE AS POSSIBLE CHANGES 
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CLUNIE THEATRE (ORPHEUM). 

Conductor — Caesar Brand. 

Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 

Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Operator — Lynn Abraham. 

Flyman — Frank Eugene. 

Grip — Oscar Fisher. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 1, 

No. Days Engaged — 2. 

Opening Day — Tuesday. 

Shows Daily — 2. 

Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Saturday. 

Where Salary Paid — In Fresno. 
Theatre Laundry — Cascade Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Warren-Hicks Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra— Piano, .Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Fresno. 

So. Pac. R. R.— Leave 9:35. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upl)er, $1.38; Lower, $1.65; Tourist, $1.10. 



SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr. — Peter Wilson. 
Treas. — Willis Bass. 
Stage Mgr. — Jas. P. Hardy. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Max Gingsburg. 
Electr.— W. H. Haycock. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 29 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 74 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 36 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 5 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 50. 
Stage Open — 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 10 A. M. 



SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr.— T. R. Conlon. 
Stage Mgr. — W. E. Deigan. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
Electr.— W. D. Silvia. 
Current — A. C. and D. C. 
"Props." — Al. Taylor. 
Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 40. 
Stage Open— 6 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Matinee— 12:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7 P. M. 
Treas. — G. Pemberton. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 



HIPPODROME (A. & H.). 

Conductor — Mr. Glenn. 
Proscenium Opening — 40 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 86 feet. 
Height of Grid— 69 feet. 
Flyman— O. F. Reed. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Wed. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 4. 
Shows Sunday — 4. 
Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Trunks 75c (round trip). 



Operator — Dick Campbell. 

Theatre Laundry — Cascade Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Electric Trans. Co. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Organ. 

Next usual stand is Stockton. 

So. Pac. R. R.— Leave 9:40 A. M.; Arrive 11:40 A. M. 

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ST. LOUIS GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Globe," "Republican" (A.M.), "Post," "Star," 
"Times" (P.M.). 

Municipal Golf Links. Forest Park. 18 holes. No charge, but per- 
mit must be obtained. See local Manager. 

Letters addressed simply "General Delivery" St. Louis, Mo., will be 
found at the main post office, on 18th St., near the Union Station, some 
distance from the center part of the city. If you have your mail addressed 
to "General Delivery, Central Station Post Office, St. Louis, Mo." it will 
be much nearer as the "Central Station" P. O. is at 9th and Olive Sts. 

STATES BOOKING EXCHANGE 

403-4-5 Calumet Bldg., 7th & Chestnut Sts. 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 
BOOKING 52 SOLID WEEKS FOR — 

Standard Musical Comedy Tab Companies and High Class Vaudeville Acts. 
Good Companies and Real Vaudeville Acts Always in Demand.]] {^ 

TAB PEOPLE PLACED WITH REAL SHOWS 
Address GEO. BENTLEY, Gen'l. Mgr., as Above 



Affiliated with V. CT M. A. 
Circuit, Atlanta, Ga. 
JOE SPIEGELBERG 



Chicago Office 

712 Crilly Building 

JOHN H. BENTLEY 

Representative 



Indianapolis Office 

425 Merchants Bank Bldg. 

BILLY DIAMOND 

Representative 



ST. LOUIS, MISSOURL COLUMBIA THEATRE. 

Mgr. — H. D. Buckley. Conductor — Hermann Lenzer. 

Treas. — Miss C. McDonald. Press Rep't. — Jos. Morrison. 

Stage Mgr. — Bob Mullen. Operators — J. Chadwick and Harry- 

Carpenter — M. Lenahan. Black. 

"Props."— Wm. Reid. Flyman— W. D. Wiggins. 

Electr.— Louis Foster. Grip— H. Steinigger and Fred 

Current— 110 Volts D. C. Eiffert. 

Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. No. Dressing Rooms — 15. 

Wall to Wall— 76 feet. Stage Dressing Rooms— None. 

Height of Grid — 64 feet. No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Depth of Stage — 38 feet. Opening Day — Monday. 

Depth of "One" — 8 feet. Shows Daily — 4. 

Sets of Lines — 60. Shows Saturday — 4. 

Stage Open — 10:30 A. M. Shows Sunday — 5. 

Mail Back— 10:30 A. M. Rehearsal— 9 A. M. 

Matinee — 1 P. M. Salary Paid — Between Shows. 

First Night Show— 7 P. M. Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Model Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Popular Price Ex. Co. (see note below). 
Trunks $1.00 (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Crew hang the show at 9 A. M. 
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ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 

Mgr. — Dave Nelson. 
Treas. — Wm. J. Kiely. 
Stage Mgr.— Theo. A. Uhl. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
"Props." — John Saurez. 
Electr. — Ben Porges. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 42 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 
Height of Grid— 55 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 40 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 50. 
Stage Open — 8 A. M. 

Theatre Baggageman — Popular 



EMPRESS THEATRE. 
(PANTAGES') 
Conductor — Wm. Kaltenthaler. 
Mail Back— 10 A. M. 
Matinee— 3 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Flyman— R. C. Beile. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 
No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 
Opening Day — Mon. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
Rehearsal — 12:30 Noon. 
Salary Paid — After Last Show. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Price Ex. Co. (see note below), 



Trunks $1.00 (round trip). Theatre Laundry — Superior. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. Number in Orchestra — Six. 



ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 

Mgr. — H. R. Wallace. 
Treas. — Elmer Fretz. 
Stage Mgr. — Tobe Cooper. 
Carpenter— Stage Manager. 
"Props."— Wm. Collett. 
Electr. — Wm. Otterson. 
Current— 112 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 
Height of Grid— 70 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 35 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 38. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 10 A. M. 
Matinee — 11 A. M. (Continuous). 
Theatre Baggageman — Popular 



GRAND THEATRE. 

Conductor — Carl Steinkuehler. 
Press Rep't. — Jos. Morrison. 
Operators — R. Srenco and R. M. 

Finnegan. 
Flyman — Alex. Randall. 
Grip — H. Cochran, C. Wiggins and 

W. Reummler. 
No. pressing Rooms — 16. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily — 4. 
Shows Saturday — 4. 
Shows Sunday — 4. 
Rehearsal — 9 A. M. 
Salary Paid— Sunday, 9:30 P. M. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Price Ex. Co. (see note below). 



Trunks $1.00 (round trip). Theatre Laundry— Model Laundry Co. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette> Flute. Number in Orchestra— Seven. 




DR. ALBERT F. HUG 

Dentist to the Theatrical Profession 

EXPERT WORK, LOW PRICES, NO "STALLING" 

602-3 Carlton Bldg., ST. LOUIS, MO. 

AUTHOR RECOMMENDS. No. 1 Location on Map.) 



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ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 

Mgr. — E. J. Sullivan. 
Stage Mgr. — Chas. Robinson. 
Proscenium Opening — 38 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 75 feet. 
Height of Grid— 70 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 32 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 50. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 10 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 
Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 
Treas. — P. J. Holmes. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 



Operator — Oscar Nelson. 
Flyman — Chas. Schott & Chas. H. 
Remme. 

Theatre Laundry — Model Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Popular Price 
(round trip). Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Violin, Cornet 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello. 

Next usual stand is Memphis. 

111. Cent. R. R.— Leave 9:56 P. M.; Arrive 8:50 A 



ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Conductor — Maurice Speyer. 
"Props." — Frank Menetre, Jr. 
Electr. — Wm. Lee. 
Current— 110 Volts D. C. 
Carpenter — Steve Clark. 
Grips — J. Morgan, J. Flood. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 26. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 3. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily— 2. 
Shows Saturday 2. 
Shows Sunday — 2. 
Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Sunday. 
Where Salary Paid — Ask Stage 
Manager. 



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ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 
Mgr. — David Russell. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 75 feet. 
Height of Grid— 70 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 40 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 60. 



RIALTO THEATRE. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 15. 
No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 
Opening Days — Mon. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 4. 
Shows Sunday — 4. 
Rehearsal Time — 12 Noon. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Co. (see note below). 



Stage Open — 9 A. M. 

Theatre Baggageman — Popular Price Ex. 
Trunks cost $1.00 (round trip). 

Author's Note. — This is a new theatre of the W. V. M. A. and is 
located on Grand Ave. just south of Olive St. (around the corner from the 
Empress). This book went to press before the staff and crew were 
selected, with the exception of the manager, but above will be found 
considerable important information. 

DR. ALBERT F. HUG 

THEATRICAL "DENTIST 

620 Carlton Bldg , ST. LOUIS, MO. 

Does your work witkout interfering witk your engfagement 

THE AUTHO'R RECOMMENDS HIM 

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ST. PAUL GENERAL INFORMATION. 
Local Newspapers — "Pioneer Press" (A. M.), "Dispatch" and "News" 
(P. M.). Name of Golf Links — Phalen Links (see manager). 

The "Dispatch" does not write up the show, though they do so in 
their morning paper, "The Pioneer Press." 

Bring baggage checks to the theatre 
Crew start to hang the show at 10 A. M. 



ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
Mgr. — E. C. Burroughs. 
Stage Mgr. — Dick Hanch. 
Carpenter — Jas. Egan. 
"Props."— W. P. Kradler. 
Electr. — Len. Bohn. 
Current— 120 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 35 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 80 feet. 
Height of Grid— 66 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 50, 
Stage Open— 8 A. M. 
Mail Back— 10 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 
Night Show— 8:10 P. M. 



ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Conductor — Fred Albrecht. 

Treas. — Dixie Vincent. 

Press Rep't. — Beverly White. 

Operator — Guy Whittaker. 

Flyman — Hec. Salmon. 

Grip — J. MacArthur and M. Weber. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 12, 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 2. 

No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

Shows Daily— 2. 

Shows Saturday — 2. 

Shows Sunday — 2. 

Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 

Salary Paid— Saturday, 3 P. M. 

Where Salary Paid — Stage Man- 



ager's Office. 

Theatre Laundry— Elk Laundry Co. Theatre has shower baths. 
Theatre Baggageman— Trunks cost $1.00 (round trip). 
Instruments in Orchestra— Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Cello. Number in Orchestra— Nine. 

Next usual stand is Duluth. N. P. R. R. Lv. 11:40 P. M.; Ar . 8 A. M. 

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ST. MICHAEL APARTMENTS 

512 St. Peter Street, St. Paul, Minn. 
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St. Agatha Apartments 

Cor. St. Peter and' Exchange Streets 

One and Two Room Kitchenettes, Completely Furnished 

RATES: 
l-room Apartment $12, $14, $15 weekly 
2'room Apartment $16, $18, $20 weekly 

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St. Paul, Minn. Palace Theatre. 

Mgr. — Wm. E. Mick. Con. — John Billy. 

Stage Mgr. — Jake Haesly. Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. Flyman — Geo. LeClaire. 

"Props." — Con Lenz. No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 

Electr. — Chas. Garberino. Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

Current — 110 volts D. C. No. Days Eligaged — 4 and 3. 

Operator — Al. Trozini, Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 

Proscenium Opening — 42 feet. Shows Daily — Three. 

Wall to Wall — 74 feet. Shows Sat. — 5 continuous. 

Height of Grid — 91 feet. Shows Sun. — 5 continuous. 

Depth of Stage — 34 feet. Matinee Time — 2:45 P. M. 

Depth of "One"— 9 feet. ■ First Night Show— 7:45 P. M. 

Sets of Lines — 60 feet. Rehearsal Time — 11 A. M. 

Stage Open — 9 A. M. Salary Paid — Bet. shows. 

Mail Back — 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Elite Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Kelly Transfer Co. Trunks $1.00 (round trip). 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Number in Orchestra — 7. 

Local Newspapers — "Pioneer Press" (A. M.) ; "News" and "Dispatch" 
(P. M.). 

The "Dispatch" does not write up the show, though they do so in 
their morning paper, the "Pioneer Press." 

OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE AHEAD OF THIS ONE 
Ask Your Favorite Restaurant Man Why He Is Not In This Book. 

The "Herbert Lloyd" System Trunk 

A Trunk that will be appreciated by any one who lives the best 
part of their lives on the road. This trunk combines a wardrobe, 
office and dressing room. 

Manufactured by 

GEO. BURROUGHS & SONS 

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Local newspapers: "Herald," "Tribune" (A.M.), "News," "Telegraph" 
(P.M.). 

Golf Links: Country Club. 9 holes. Gyass green. Fee $1.00 a day. 
Take No. 7 car on Main St. 

Take a trip to "Salt Air," the resort on the Great Sale Lake, if you 
are there in the proper time of the year. Electric cars every hour. The 
water is 22% salt. Impossible to sink in it but very painful to the 
eyes and throat if care is not used. 

Hear the organ recital, free, at the Mormon Tabernacle, 12 to 1, 
noon. No one is allowed in if late nor can you leave before it is over at 1. 
Absolute silence is demanded. 

July 24th is "Pioneer Day," a legal holiday, which commemorates 
the first arrival of the Mormons in Salt Lake City, July 24th, 1847. 

The Mission Cafeteria 

327 SO. MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITY 

Serving Only The Best Quality of Food 

SALT LAKE CITY'S FINEST CAFETERIA 

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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Mgr.— Edw. F. Levy. Conductor— Edw. Short. 

Treas. — W. H. Howard. Press Rep't. — Mr. Winton. 

Stage Mgr. — S. B. Newman. Operator — Ralph Wardrobe. 

Carpenter — W. H. Brown. Flyman — Bert Wheley. 

"Props." — Chas. T. Younger. Grip — P. L. Meyers. 

Electr. — Jake Held. No. Dressing Rooms — 21. 

Current — 110 Volts A. C. and D. C. Stage Dressing Rooms— None. 

Proscenium Opening — 42 feet. No. Days Engaged — 6. 

Wall to Wall — 80 feet. Opening Day — Tuesday. 

Height of Grid— 66 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Depth of Stage— 49 feet. Night Show— 8:30 P. M. 

Depth of "One"— 9 feet. Shows Saturday— 2. 

Sets of Lines — 82. Shows Sunday — 2. 

Stage Open — 10 A. M. Rehearsal — 12 Noon. 

Mail Back — 10 A. M. Salary Paid — Sunday Matinee. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. Where Salary Paid— Box Office. 

Theatre Laundry — Model Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — McPhee Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello. 

Next usual stand is Denver. 

U. Pac. R. R.— Leave 7:20 A. M.; Arrive 9:30 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $3.52; Lower, $4.40; Tourist, $2.20. 

This stage is of an exceptional depth, being 49 feet, with a large 
"apron," so use judgment in arranging a full stage set or you will find 
that you have entirely too much stage room, which will necessitate con- 
siderable work to have your set sent forward after the first show. 

No matinee on the opening day (Tuesday). 

House dark every Monday during vaudeville season, except possible 
road shows. 

^ake a Roast Chicken with you when you go to ^enver^ after 

your Salt Lake engagement 

Get it at the 

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SALT LAKE'S FAMOUS ITALIAN-FRENCH RESTAURANT 

J^ercliant' s Lunch 40c ^ahle d'Hote dinner 75c 

Short Orders at All Hours Open for Breakfast No LuncK Counter 

SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID THE PROFESSION 
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McPHEE TRANSFELR CO. 

Haul for all the Salt Lake Theatres 

Office rear, 45 E. FIRST SOUTH 
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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

Mgr. — ^Frank R. Newman. Conductor — Edw. Fitzpatrick. 

Treas. — Manager, First Night Show — 7:30 P. M. 

Stage Mgr. — "Hank" Smith. Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. Flyman — Wm. Kelly. 

"Props." — Chester Myers. Grip — B. Barker. 

Electr. — Geo. Neally. No. Dressing Rooms — 12. 

Current — 110 Volts A. C; 220 D. C. Stage Dressing Rooms — 2, 3 above 

Operator — A. Denny. No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Proscenium Opening — 40 feet. Stage Open — 11 A. M. 

Wall to Wall— 96 feet. Opening Day— Wednesday. 

Height of Grid— 70 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Depth of Stage— 28 feet. Shows Saturday— 3. 

Depth of "One"— 7 feet. Shows Sunday— 3. 

Sets of Lines— 45. Rehearsal— 10-4^ A M 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Rehearsal 10.45 A. M. 

Matinee— 2:45 P. M. No pictures Salary Paid— Between Shows, 
in afternoon. Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Model Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — McPhee Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 p. m. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Ogden. 

Ore. Short Line R. R.— Leave 7:20 A. M.; Arrive 8:20 A. M. 

Ogden is closed during July and August. 

Tuesday, closing night, second house is a kidding show in which 
performers work in each other's acts. Refrain from vulgar comedy. 
Think up something that is worthy of yourself and do not overdo it. 

Manager of the theatre at Provo, Utah, looks the show over and takes 
what acts that please him for one night at Provo (Wednesday following 
the Tuesday you close), provided that Ogden does not open you the same 
night. Provo is independent of the Pantages' Circuit and acts do not have 
to play it if they don't desire. Provo pays one day's salary. Acts pay 
their fare Salt Lake City to Provo ($2.65 round trip) and 50c round trip 
for each trunk in Provo and an extra 50c for a one way trip in Salt Lake 
from the Electric station to the railroad" station. 

The Columbia Theatre, Provo, is one of the finest in the west. 

Send from here, early in the week, to the Manager of the Empress 
Theatre, Denver, all your stage plots and program copy, as they 
want it correct and often have no advance information re your act. Take 
a house program and send it to him, with or without corrections as 
needed. Send also any good press stories or publicity matter. They 
want it and will use all good stuff. 

NEW PANTAGES THEATRE WILL BE LOCATED ON MAIN ST. 
ABOVE 2ND SO., LEFT SIDE, GOING UP. 

VEREFY YOUR R. R. TIME OF LEAVING AS CHANGES ARE LIKELY 
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SAN ANTONIO GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Express" (A.M.), "News" and "Light" (P.M.). 

Golf Course: Brackenrldge Park Golf Links. 18 holes. No charge. 
Take the Alamo Heights car on Houston St., going toward the Postoffice. 

Don't fail to visit the "Alamo," the building where 176 Texans were 
besieged in 1836 by 5,000 Mexicans under Gen. Santa Anna. Before the 
last Texan was killed 1,500 dead Mexicans proved how dearly these men 
sold their lives. Here was killed Davy Crockett, Col. Bowie, Col. Travis 
and other notable men of Texas. A visit to San Antonio is not complete 
without seeing the Alamo. Only a stone's throw from the Post Office. 
(See map for location.) 

At Rabe's Curio store, 215 Alamo Plaza, nearly opposite the Alamo, 
you can obtain a card, gratis, with the history of the Alamo. 

ELITE HOTEL 

304 MAIN AVENUE, SAN ANTONIO 

(Diagonally opposite from the Majestic) 

S^)] Outside Rooms and have private or connecting oaths 
All S^odern Conveniences Hot and Cold vvater 

$1.00 PER DAY AND UP SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES 

H. P. KIRK, Mgr. (No. 3 Location on Map) 



SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. 

Mgr. — S. L. Parkes. 
Stage Mgr. — C. J. Delespine. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager, 
"Props." — Wm. Groben. 
Electr. — John Sylvia. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. 
Operator — H. Bauderer. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet, 
Wall to Wall— 75 feet. 
Height of Grid— 52 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 55. 
Stage Open— 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 10 A. M. 
Matinee — 2:30 P .M. 



MAJESTIC THEATRE. 
(INTERSTATE.) 

Conductor — Wm. Zimmer. 
Night Show— 8:30 P. M. 
Treas. — See Manager. 
Press Rep't. — See Manager. 
Q Flyman — Geo. Bauderer. 

Grip.— Al. Galan. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 16. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 7 Above. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Sunday. 
Shows Daily — 2. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — 3. 
Rehearsal — 10:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid— Saturday Afternoon. 
Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 



Theatre Laundry— Texas Steam Laundry. 
Theatre Baggageman— Merchants Trans. Co. Trunks 75c 
trip). 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra— Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone 
Bass, Clarionette. Number in Orchestra— Six. 
Next usual stand is Galveston. 
So. Pac. R. R.— Leave 11:30 P. M.; Arrive 7 A. M 
Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.76; Lower, $2.20. 



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OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE FOLLOWING THIS ONE 

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. ROYAL THEATRE (PANTAGES). 

]y[gr._w. J. Lytle. Conductor — Poolett. 

Stage Mgr.— H. L. Smith. First Night Show— 7: 30 P.M. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Treas.— Geo. B. Morris. 

"Prop."— Ernest Beuincourt. Press Rep't.— Mr. Branch. 

Electr.— Sam Moore. Grip.— Chas. Priest. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. No. Dressing Rooms— 7. 

Operator— "Joe." Stage Dressing Rooms— 7. 

Proscenium Opening— 30 feet. No. Days Engaged— 7. 

Wall to Wall— 44 feet. Opening Day— Sunday. 

Height of Grid— 42 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Depth of Stage— 28 feet. Shows Saturday— 4. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. Shows Sunday— 5. 

Sets of Lines— 23 feet. Rehearsal— 10 A. M. 

Stage Open — 10 A. M. Salary Paid — Afternoon, Second 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. Show Saturday. ^ 

Matinee— 3:30 P. M. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry— WHITE STAR LAUNDRY CO., 115 W. Houston St| 
Theatre Baggageman — Merchants Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 

Clarionette. Number in Orchestra — Six. Next usual Stand is Houston. 

You are cordially invited to call and see my stock of 
Mexican Curios, Antiques, Opals, etc., which will be shown to 
you with pleasure whether you purchase or not. Assuring you 
an interesting visit, I am, 

Yours very truly, 

S. RABE 

215 ALAMO PLACE SAN ANTONIO 

Money Refunded if Goods are not Satisfactory 

(No. 5 Location on Map) 

OLD VIRGINIA DINING ROOM 

232 College St., Same Street as Royal stage door SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS 

OPEN FROM 12 NOON UNTIL 9 P. M. 

Specialty Fried Chicken and Hot Biscuits 

Basket Lunches made up for between Shows 
(No. 4 Location on Map) 

MILBURN DRUG CO., Inc. 

Corner Main and Houston Streets, SAN ANTONIO 

Pure Drugs, *^ Make-up" Clean Fountain and Cigars 

No. 2 Location on Map 



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San Diego, 

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$1.00 
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NEW 

HOTEL 

Knickerbocker 

SPECIAL RATES 
TO PERFORMERS 

"The Best Bed You Ever 
Slept in." 

Free Shower Baths 

Telephone, Hot and Cold 

Water in Every 

Room. 

(No. 1 on the Map) 



SAN DIEGO GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Visit the Gambling Casino at Tia Juana, Mexico, and return by way 
of Coronado Beach. Make your sleeper reservation out If San Diego 
very early in the week or you will find yourself left without a berth. 

Local newspapers: "Union" (A.M.), "Tribune" and "Sun" (P.M.). 

Loma Portal Golf Course. Sand green, 18 holes. Pee 50c a day. 
Say you are from the theatre. Take Ocean Beach car at B'way and 3rd 
St. direct. Take a trip out to Balboa Park where the Soldiers and . 

Sailors are encamped. (This was formerly the Exposition grounds.) 

On your way to Salt Lake City, crossing the desert, if you happen 
to have any old papers or magazines, throw them off at some isolated 
house where you think a white man lives. They will be appreciated in 
this forsaken country. Crossing the desert you will change your watch 
to one hour and five minutes AHEAD at Caliente. 

Refer to your time table if your train, in crossing the desert, stops 
at Las Vegas or Caliente for meals, though there is always a diner on 
the train. 

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170 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA. 



HIPPODROME. 



Conductor — Lew Keyzer. 
Treas. — H. C. Hayward. 
Press Rep't.— W. C. Getty. 
Flyman — I. McCoy. 





Mgr. — Al. Watson. 
Stage Mgr.— T. B. Wylie. 
Carpenter — T. B. Wylie. 
"Prop."— H. P. Cook. 
Electr. — N. S. Bratton. 
Current— 110-220 A. C, D. C. 
Operator — H. C. Rogers. 
Proscenium Opening — 39 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 88 feet. 
Height of Grid— 75 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 52 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 100. 
Stage Open— 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 9 A.M. 
Matinee— 1:30 P. M. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 18 Above 

Stage. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 
First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Excelsior. 

Theatre Baggageman — San Diego Truck Co. Trunks 50c (round trip). 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. Number in Orchestra — Six, 

Next usual stand is Los Angeles. 

Santa Fe R. R.— Leave 2:30 A. M.; Arrive 7:15 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.38; Lower, $1.65; Tourist, $1.10. 

This house has the largest stage of any vaudeville theatre west of 
Chicago. 

While this theatre is called the "Hippodrome," it is really the 
Spreckels Theatre, Dodge & Hayward, Lessees. 

Tourist sleepers are run between here and Los Angeles. 

In event that you go to Salt Lake City from here buy your sleeper 
berths all the way through, instead of to Los Angeles and theen rebuying, 
rnd vou will save over a dollar. 



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Rehearsal — 12 Noon. 

Salary Paid — After Lost Show. 

Where Salary Paid— On Stage. 

Opening Day — Sun. and Wed. 

Shows Daily— 3. 

Shows Saturday — 4. 

Shows Sunday — 4. 



SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr.— Scott A. Palmer. 
Stage Mgr.— Bert Flint. 
Carpenter — Bert Flint. 
"Props." — Lawrence Jones. 
Electr.— Herb. Wheeler. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 35 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 78 feet. 
Height of Grid— 58 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 34 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 48. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Continued 



PANTAGES' (SAVOY) THEATRE 

Conductor— Clifford Webster. 
Treas. — Earl N. Marsh. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator— L. S. Hall. 
Flyman — Will McCoy. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 12. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. - 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
First Night Show— 7:15 P. M. 
Shows Saturday — Often 4. 
Shows Sunday — Often 4. 
Rehearsal— 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — After Last Show. 
Where Salary Paid — "Prop." Room. 
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HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 171 



Theatre Baggageman — A. B. C. Trucking Co. Trunks 75c (round 
trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute. 

Next usual stand is Salt Lake City. (See below.) 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $4.84; Lower, $6.05; Tourist, $3.30. 

Next stand usually Salt Lake City. (Cross town in Los Angeles to 
"Salt Lake Route" Station.) 

Leave at 2:20 A. M.; Arrive in Lost Angeles at 7:15 A. M., and then 
leave Los Angeles at 9:30 A. M. (Salt Lake Route); arriving in Salt Lake 
at 12:45 noon the following day. This train, however, only carries Pull- 
man and Tourist sleepers, no day coaches. 

The train leaving Los Angeles at 10 P. M. carries day coaches but 
does not arrive in Salt Lake until the second day following, but is the 
more enjoyable trip as far as scenery is concerned as you go through the 
famous Rain Bow Canyon in the day time. 

If the show is not large enough 



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and printed on good velvet surface paper, 
postage paid, photos at following rates: 
1 00 Vest Pocket or Purse prints . 1 3 x2; for $ 1 .25 
100 Envelope or Popular Size prints 2,'x3' for 2. 75 
100 Postcard size prints .... 31x55 for 3.45 

100 Theatrical prints 4x6 for 3.75 

100 Lobby Display prints . . . 8x10 for 8.75 

C. Send us either large or small photos for 
copying or will copy any part or parties 
which are in group pictures, etc. (Your 
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to command tickets enough for 
a baggage car it is best that each 
acts knows exactly the weight of 
their baggage, as the whole 
show is checked through to Salt 
Lake, but at Salt Lake each of 
you are likely to have a bill for 
the gross excess from Los An- 
geles, and you will have to dis- 
sect each one's weight to get the 
amount each act owes. 

Your trunks, etc., are taken 
care of on arrival in Los Angeles 
and hauled across town and 
checked to Salt Lake by the 
Los Angelesi Pantages "Props." 
Verify this last statement. 

Buy your sleeper berth all the 
way through from San Diego to 
Salt Lake instead of to Los An- 
geles and then to Salt Lake. By 
doing so you save over a dollar. 



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424 E. Water St., Milwaukee 
Everything in the Trunk indexed 

Your Clothes, Your Stationery 
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THE 

LANKERSHEIM 
HOTEL 

San Francisco 

caters to the theatrical profession, 
offering an unsurpassed servce of 
comfort, convenience and personal 
attention. Here you will find the 
most popular stopping place on the 
Pacific Coast. 

A new, modem, absolutely fire- 
proof hotel. 

350 rooms with hot and cold run- 
ning water, telephones in every 
room, two elevators, courteous bell 
boys to attend to your every re- 
quirement. One hundred rooms 
with wall beds — making them par- 
lors. 

Child's Restaurant, with entrance 
from Lobby and room service is a 
feature of our Hotel. 

Location 

Fifth St., near Market, Opposite the 
U. S. Mint. 

Half block from Pantages Theatre 
Two blocks from Hippodrome Thea. 
Two blocks from Casino Theatre 
Two blocks from Orpheum Theatre 

Rates to Perfopmers 

Single room, per week, without 
bath $5.00 week and up 

Double room per week, without 
bath ,. .$6.00 week and up 

Single room per week, with pri- 
vate bath $7.00 week and up 

Double room per week, with pri- 
vate bath ^$9.00 week and up 

Two-room suites with private 
bath $15.00 week and up 

Rehearsal room and dance plat- 
form for the professon without ex- 
tra charge. 

(No. 6 Location on Map) 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 173 



SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Chronicle" and "Examiner" (A. M.), "News," 
"Call" and "Bulletin" (P.M.). 

Preside Golf Course. 18 holes. 50c per day. Sand green. 

Lincoln Park Course. 18 holes. No charge. 

In the event your show haven't their own baggage car and you come 
in "checked" you can leave your checks at any one of the railroad sta- 
tions, on the San Francisco side, in an envelope with your name and 
theatre on it, addressed to the City Trans. Co. (Gus Temps.) 

To please San Francisco people never say "Frisco" and always speak 
of the earthquake as the "big fire." (They are sensitive on both of these 
points.) Don't fail to take the trip to the top of Mount Tamalpais. You 
will never regret it. 

Local Manager here goes to Hip., Tacoma, in Septemher. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr. — Lew H. Newcombe. 

Treas.— J. W. Slater. First Night Show— 6:30 P. M. 

Stage Mgr. — Joe Thomas. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. 

"Props." — John Victor. 

Electr. — Tom Burke. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 42 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 66 feet. 

Height of Grid— 70 feet. 

Depth of Stage — 33 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 7 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 60. 

Stage Open — 8 A. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Matinee — 2 P. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Sterling Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman— City Trans. Co. Trunks $1.00 (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra— Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Bass, Flute, Organ. Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Routes rearranged here for balance of the time going south. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. HIPPODROME. 



CASINO THEATRE. 

Conductor — Sam Newman. 
First Night Show— 6:30 P. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — Fred Rhea. 
Flyman — Tom Smith. 
Grip— Harry Griffin. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 18. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 2. 
No. Days Engaged — 7. 
Opening Day — Sunday. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 4. 
Shows Sunday — 4 or 5. 
Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid— 12 to 1, Noon 
Where Salary Paid — Mgr's. 



Office. 



Mgr. — Edwin A. Morris. 
Stage Mgr. — Chas. Newby. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager 
"Props."— H. W. Nowell. 
Electr.— Wm. Whorff. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — F. L. Seavier. 
Proscenium Opening — 40 
Wall to Wall— 77 feet. 
Height of Grid— 60 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 60. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Malk Back— 10 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:15 for Acts. 



Conductor — Bert Ragan. 

Treas.— J. W. Slater. 

Press Rep't. — Chas. Bliss. 

Flyman — Ralph Duckett. 

Grip — Bob Alexander. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 12. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 6 Above, 
feet. No. Days Engaged — 7. 

First Night Show— 6:30 P. M. 

Opening Day— Sunday. 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 5. 

Shows Sunday — 5. 

Rehearsal — 10:30 A. M. 

Salary paid— Sat. during Matinee. 
Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 



Continued on Next Page 



174 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

Continuation of Hippodrome, San Francisco 

Theatre Laundry — Sterling Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — City Trans. Co. Trunks $1.00 (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Bass, Clarionette, Organ. Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Shows are hung on arrival. Transfer Company meets all trains. 

Routes are rearranged here for balance of the time going south. 

kk//c?sco continental hotel .n^^Ls 

ORIGINAL PERFORMER'S HEADQUARTERS 

ASK ANY PERFORMER 
Owned by SHANLEY & FURNESS, "FIFTY-FIFTY" 
(No. 3 Location on Map) 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Mgr.— Hugo Hertz. Conductor— Raymond Bone. 

Stage Mgr.— Harry Orndorff. Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 

Carpenter— Geo. Holden. Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

"Props."— Harry Rosemond. Press Rep't.— Gerald Ditton. 

Electr. — Raymond Burke. Flyman — Tim O'Shea. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. Grip— Ed. Connelly. 

Operator— "Herman" No. Dressing Rooms— 20. 

Proscenium Opening — 38 feet. No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Wall to Wall— 90 feet. Opening Day— Sunday. 

Height of Grid— 72 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Depth of Stage— 32 feet. Shows Saturday— 2. 

Depth of "One"— 10 feet^ Shows Sunday— 2. 

Sets of Lines— 80. Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 

Stage Open— 8 A. M. Salary Paid— Sat. 10 to 11 A. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Mgr's. Office 

Theatre Baggageman — City Trans. Co. Trunks $1.00 (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violins (2), Cornet, Trombone, 
Drums, Clarionette, Bass, Flue, Organ, Second Violin. Oboe, Cello, Viola, 
Horns. Number in Orchestra — Sixteen. 

Ferry Boat — Leave every 10 minutes. Next usual stand is Oakland. 

For Oakland take the "Key Route" Ferry, fare lie, and on the 
Oakland side take the 12th Street car. 

Your sta}^ in San Francisco allows you time to have ^our Printing done 
For LETTERHEADS, CARDS, PROP, and SCENE PLOTS, etc., go to 

MARNELL & CO, 

77 FOVHTH ST., near MARKET 
THIS FIRM PRINTED A GOODLY PORTION OF THIS BOOK 

Very Treasonable Prices No. 1 Location on Map.) 



CITY TRANSFER CO. 

GUS. TEMFS, PROP 
HAUL FOR ALL S. F. THEATRES 

Office— See No. 4 location on the map 



VICTOR TRUNK CO. 

14 ELLIS STREET 

TRUNKS and REPAIRS 

Phone Sutter 955 
(No. 2 Location on Map) 



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A 

Sight 
that 
makes 



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in Americs^ 



you 
reaUze 
that 
there 
is 

some- 
thing 
Might- 
ier 
than 

man; too inspiring to describe; the queen of all side trips. Don*t 
miss it. Take a day before you open. You'll never regret it. 
"The Crooked est Railroad in the World" takes you to the top 
of the mountain and then coast down on the "gravity" eight 
miles into the Muir Woods, that contains the largest trees in the 
world. Fare, plus war tax, $1.90. To top of mountain and back 
to San Frsuicbco, complete trip to top and to Muir Woods and 
return, $2.80, plus tax. Leave S. F. at 9:45 A. M. and return 
to S. F. at 6:35 P. M. Have dinner at top of Mountains or the 
Woods. Inform the Guide that you are a Performer. 

JAMES PHOTO SHOP 

4th Floor, Pantages Theatre Bldg., San Frapcisco 

Kodak Finishing and Theatrical Re-producing, 

We make a specialty of photographing your name on 
the electrical sign in front of the theatre. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 
Rep't. — J. J. Cluxton. 
Stage Mgr. — Jas. Gibson. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Joe Roberts. 
Electr. — Wm. Alexander. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. 
Operator — Norman Moynahan. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 60 feet. 
Height of Grid— 36 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 35 feet. 



PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

Conductor — Dr. Max de Grosz. 

Treas. — Manager. 

Press Rep't. — Bert Meyer. 

Flyman — Mr. Landers. 

Grip — Geo. Long. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Shows Daily — 3. 



Pantages Theatre Information continued on next page 



176 HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 

Pantages, (S. F. ) (Balance of Information on page ahead.) 
Depth of "One" — 5 feet. Shows Saturday — 4. 

Sets of Lines — 33. Shows Sunday — 5. 

Stage Open— 10 A. M. Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 

Mail — Up stairs in Office. Salary Paid — Between Shows. 

Matinee — 2 P. M. Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman — City Trans. Co. Have hotel trunks ready at 
7 P. M. — Number in Orchestra — Nine, Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, 
Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, Clarionette, Bass, Organ, Second Violin 

Next usual stand is Oakland. So. Pac. R. R. Ferry. 

Take ferry foot of Market Street for Oakland, "Alameda Ferry," and 
when you arrive on the Alameda side take electric car on track No. 3 or 
No. 4 and get off at Franklin Street, Oakland. (One block from the 
stage door.) Use your blanket railroad ticket in crossing the ferry. It 
will save you a dime. 

An "out-going" mail box will be found opposite the elevator in the 
entrance of the stage passageway Don't miss the Mt. Tamalpais trip. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr. — P. A. Frease. 
Stage Mgr. — Dave Wilson. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — James Robertson. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. 
Operator — Claude Connors. 
Proscenium Opening — 35 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 75 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 28 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 35. 
Stage Open — 8 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



PRINCESS THEATRE. 

Conductor — Lester Stevens. 
Treas. — B. Bressman. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Wed. 
Shows Daily— 3. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
Rehearsal— 11:30 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7 P. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Theatre Baggageman— City Trans. Co. Trunks $1.00 (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. Number in Orchestra — Six. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr. — Jos. Bauer. 

Stage Mgr.— J. R. Malkins. 

Carpenter — Victor Billings. 

"Props." — J. Romer. 

Electr. — Stage Manager. 

Current — ^Volts A. C. 

Operator — B. Knoblock. 

Proscenium Opening — 74 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 30 feet. 

Height of Grid— 60 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 25 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 12 feet. 

Sets of Lines— 60. 

Stage Open— 10 A. M. 

Mail Back — 10 A. M. 



WIGWAM THEATRE. 

Conductor — J. G. Dewey. 

Treas. — C. Eranzonie. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 8. 

Stage Dressing Room — 2. 

No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 

Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 4. 

Shows Sunday — 4. 

First 'Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Matinee— 2 P. M. 

Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Between Shows. 

Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 



Theatre Baggageman — City Trans. Co. Trunks $1.00 (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Organ. 



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SAN JOSE GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local Newspapers — "Mercury," "Herald," 
"Evening News." 

Name of Golf Links — San Jose Country 
Club. 

Fine Natatorium at Alum Rock Canyon, 
close to San Jose, which is open in the 
warmer season. Here are also various soda 
and sulphur waters coming out of the one 
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HIPPODROME THEATRE 
(A. & H.) SAN JOSE, CAL. 

Mgr. — Joe Blum. 

Treas. — Carrie McKeen. 

Stage Mgr. — Al. Williams. 
5^ Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
CC "Props." — Bowers. Electr. — Caserta. 
en Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
W Operator — Langdon. 
^ Flyman — Alec. Rowe. 
5 Proscenium Opening — 38 feet. 
5 Height of Grid— 49 feet. 
'^Height of "One"— 5 feet. 

Sets of Lines— 30. 

Stage Open — 8 A. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Con. — Leo. Sullivan. 

Press Rep't. — Carrie McKeen. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 

Opening Day — Sun. and Wed. 

Shows Daily — 3. Shows Sunday — 5. 

Shows Saturday — 4. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 

Salary Paid — Bet. Shows. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



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Mgr. — M. B. Haase. 

Treas. — Harry A. Moore. 

Press Rep't. — C. Grey. 

Stage Mgr. — H. Moore. 

Carpenter — Bert Rodgers. 

"Props." — Rolison. 

Flyman — C. M. Vierra. 

Electr. — Chas. Shmith. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. 

Operator — J. Walker. 

Second largest stage in the state. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



VICTORY THEATRE 
(PANTAGES) 
Con. — Bert Marquart. 
Grip — Sam Bryant. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 15. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 2. 
Opening Day — Friday. No. Mat. 
Shows Daily— 2. 
Shows Sat.— 3. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 5 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Bet. Shows. 



Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Theatre Baggageman — San Jose Trans. Co. Trunks $1.00 (round trip). 
Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Next usual stand — San Francsco. So. Pac. R. R. — Leave 4 trains. 



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SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA. 

Owner — Mr. Markus. 

Mgr. — Mr. Williams. 

Stage Mgr. — Frank Bush. 

Carpenter — Prank Bush. 

Electr. — Frank Bush. 

Current— 110-220 Volts A. C, D. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 23 feet. 

"Props." — Frank Bush. 

Stage open — 8 A. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Matinee— 3:30 P. M. 

First Night Show— 8:20 P. M. 

Treas. — Zach Trussell. 

Press Rep't. — Chas. Newton. 

Operator — Wm. Hermann. 

Conductor — Sam Colwell. 

Wall to Wall— 50 feet. 

Height of Grid— 30 feet. 

Depth of Stage — 18 feet. 

Depth of "One" — 5 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 11. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 4. 

No. Days Engaged — 4. 

Opening Day — Thursday. , 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 3. 

Shows Sunday — 3. 

Rehearsal— 12:30 Noon. 

Salary ^Paid — After Last Show. 

Where Salary Paid — Mgr's. Office. 



ASK THE HOTEL AND RES- 
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DON'T ADVERTISE IN THIS 
GUIDE BOOK. 



Theatre Baggageman — Travis Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Three. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Drums. 

Local Newspapers — "Press" (A. M.); "News" (P. M.). 

Next stand usually Los Angeles. 

Leave at 4:45 A. M., and arrive at 8:45 A. M. 

Leave at 8:45 A. M., and arrive at 10:15 A. M. 

Sights of Interest — The old Spanish Mission; The Millionaires Colony; 
The American Film Co. The "Flying A" have their studio here. 

The "Admiral Line" steamers stop here, plying between San Diego, 
Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Alaska. 

Golf Course — Country Club, La Combre, 18 houles. No charge. 

IF YOU ARE A LUMBAGO SUFFERER, READ THE ADVERTISEMENT 
ON PAGE 51. IT WILL PAY YOU. 



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SASKATOON, - SASK. 



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Conductor — W. Leon Ames. 
Treas.-^Miss Doreen Severn. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — Wm. Bunn. 
Flyman — Wm. Bunn. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 3. 
Opening Day — Thursday. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Matinee— 2 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 10 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 



SASKATOON, SASK. 

Mgr.— G. A. Stuart. 

Stage Mgr. — Peter Dransfield. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. 

"Props."— C. Hatton. 

Electr. — J. Du Vurger. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 53 feet. 

Height of Grid — 50 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 24 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 

Sets of Lines— 20. 

Stage Open— 10 A. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Modern Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Dunnings, Ltd. Trunks 50 (round trip). 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Four. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Drums, Cello. 

Next usual stand is Edmonton. 

C. P. R. R.— Leave 4:55 P. M.; Arrive 7:15 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper $1.85; Lower, $2.25. 

Local Newspapers — "Phoenix" (A. M.) ; "Star" (P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Saskatoon Golf Club, 18 holes. Get card from 
Manager. 

Verify your R. R. Time of leaving, as no doubt changes may have 
been made over which the publsher has no control. They are inserted 
mostly for the purpose of showing you the time consumed between 
journeys. 

KINDLY MENTION THIS BOOK TO OUR ADVERTISERS 

IF THIS BOOK PLEASES YOU, EXPRESS YOUR PRAISE "FORTE" 
IF IT DOES NOT PLEASE YOU, THEN MAKE IT "TACIT" 



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SEATTLE GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Post-Intelligencer" (A.M.), (known as the "P-I"), 
'Times" and "Star" (P.M.). 

Golf Course: Jefferson Park. 18 holes. Fee 25c daily. 

The Kelly-Burns Vaudeville Agency and the Edw. J. Fisher Vaude- 
ville Agency are both located in the Orpheum Theatre Bldg., Madison St. 
and 3rd Ave. (This is not the Orpheum Theatre that the Orpheum 
Circuit plays.) 

If you motor around Seattle, and it is a very beautiful ride, note 
the residence of Mr. Alexander Pantages. 

The finest specimen of a "Totem Pole" is to be seen in the heart of 
the city at Pioneer Square. (See local map.) 

Visit the "Old Curiosity Shop" at the Colman Docks if you want to 
see some "funny stuff." It will give you ideas for "prop" effects. 



Stop at the — 

HOTEL BARKER 

— For Comfort and Convenience 



FIREPROOF 
EUROPEAN PLAN 



Cor. Pike St. and 6th Ave., Seattle, Wash. 

In the Theatre District 

$1.00 per day and up. With Bath $2.00 per day and up. 

SPECIAL RATES TO THE PROFESSION 

'Once a Guest Always a Guest" Our patrons become our personal friends 

No. 2 Location on Map 



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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. MOORE THEATRE (ORPHEUM). 

Mgr Carl Reiter. Conductor — Chas. Burnett. 

Stage Mgr.— Dick Allen. Treas.— Manager. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Press Rep't.— Manager. 

"Props."— Sam Brown. Flymen— J. Duane and C. Vmcient. 

Electr.— Geo. Pinkham. Grip— Andy Budzeline. 

Current— 110 Volts D. C. No. Dressing Rooms— 14. 

Operator— John Schlump. Stage Dressing Rooms— None. 

Proscenium Opening— 34 feet. No. Days Engaged— 7. 

Wall to Wall— 76 feet. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Height of Grid— 82 feet. - Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Depth of Stage— 42 feet. Opening Day— Sunday. 

Depth of "One"— 9 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Sets of Lines— 70. Rehearsal— 10 A. M. 

Stage Open 10 A. M. Salary Paid — Saturday Afternoon. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman — Reliable Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Theatre Laundry — Model Laundry. Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin. Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Organ, 'Cello. Number in Orchestra — Ten. 

Next usual stand is Portland. 

Nor. Pac. R. R.— Leave 11:59 P. M.; Arrive 7:30 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.76; Lower, $2.20; Tourist, $1.10. 

Stage crew hangs the show at 9 A. M. on Sunday sharp. 

Do not confuse the Opheum Theatre, Seattle, with the Moore Theatre. 
It is the Moore Theatre that plays "Orpheum Vaudeville." 

Best in Seattle at the Price. Home Cooking. 

Totem Pole Inn Wallace Tea Shop 

1524 Third Avenue 1513 Second Avenue 

*3V^ Blocks from Moore Theatre 2 ^ Blocks from Moore Theatre 

2y2 " " Pantages '* 3V^ " " Pantages " 

51/2 " " Palace Hippodrome 4V2 " " Palace Hippodrome 

Each serving Superior 40c Course Luncheon, 
and 60c Course Dinner 

(No. 3 Location on Map) (No. 6 Location on Map) 

OSCAR CARD, Furrier 

75 Marion Street, Seattle, Wash. 

specializing in high-grade Canadian and Alaska Furs and carry the follow- 
ing in assorted bundles: 

ERMINES, FISHERS, MINK, LYNX, OTTERS, OTTER and HUD- 
SON SEAL, SEAL SKINS, POLAR BEARS, SILVER, RED, BLUE, 
WHITE and CROSS FOX. 

Prices way within Reason. 

(No. 8 Location on Map) 

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184 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 

Mgr. — Jos, Muller. 
Stage Mgr. — C. Durie. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Walter Steffen. 
Electr. — Geo. Thomas. 
Current— 110 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 75 feet. 
Height of Grid— 75 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 27 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 53, 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail— At Office. 
Matinee— 3 P. M. 
First Show— 6:45 P. M. 



PALACE HIPPODROME (A. & H.), 

Conductor — Geo. Lamon, 

Treas. — Charlotte Hamilton. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Operator — Hal. Cawthorn. 

Flyman — H. Kirski. 

Grip — Tom Leach, 

No. Dressing Rooms — 8. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 

Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 4 or 5 (in sea 

son). 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 



Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Model Electric Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Reliable Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Organ. Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Next stand is Tacoma. Nor. Pac. R. R. — Lv., 8 A. M.; Arr. 9:45 A. M. 

Sta^e entrance is next to United Cigar Store, three doors from 
theatre main entrance. 

Give your checks to the Reliable Transfer Co. on arrival. If they 
are not at the station take them to their office at Pioneer Square, a short 
distance from the "Hip" (See local map). Let one man take all the 
checks of the shows. Toss up to see who will be the "Hawkshaw." 

OF THE BEST 
For the Least 

BOLDT'S 

RESTAURANT 

Boldfs Big 4-1414 3rd Ave. 
Boldt's Ranier Restaurant 

913 2nd Avenue 

No. 4 6? 7 on the Map 




RELIABLE TRANS. & STORAGE CO. 



HAULS FOR ALL SEATTLE THEATRES 

Look for "Reliable'* Agent at Station, and leave checks. 

OFFICE, 610 FIRST AVE. (opp. Totem Pole) (No. 9 Location on Map] 



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HEAD OFFICE OF THE PANTAGES' CIRCUIT. 

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

Mgr. Edw. Milne. Conductor — Edwin Michael. 

Stage Mgr.— Jim Townsend. Wall to Wall— 80 feet. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Height of Grid— 75 feet. 

"Props."— Andy Slade. Depth of Stage— 28 feet. 

Electr.— Sammy Sands. Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 

Current— 220 Volts A. C. No. Dressing Rooms— 9. 

Proscenium Opening— 42 feet. Stage Dressing Rooms— None. 

Sets of Lines— 50. No. Days Engaged— 7. 

Stage Open— 10 A. M. Opening Day— Monday. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. Shows Daily— 3. 

First Night Show— 7 P. M. Shows Saturday~4. 

Treas.— Max Muller. Shows Sunday— 5. 

Press Rep't.— Edgar Thomas. Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 

Operator— Vance Bartlett. Salary Paid— Between Shows. 

Flyman — Wm. Rycheon. Where Salary Paid — Dressing 

Grip — Zip Zibanski. Room. 

Theatre Baggageman — Reliable Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Organ. Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Next stand is Vancouver. C. P. R. Boat— Lv. 11:30 P. M.; Ar. 8 A. M. 

Cabin costs $2.75 (room enough for three persons). 

Very good lunch counter on upper floor of the C. P. R. R. Pier at the 
far end where you go aboard the steamer. 

Extra one way baggage haul taken out of your salary on account of 
crossing Seattle again on the way back from Victoria to Tacoma. 

Fare from Seattle to Vancouver, Victoria, back to Seattle also taken 
out here. 

The Seattle Manager's name, Mr. Milne, is pronounced "Mill-en." 

Mr. Max Muller, Auditor of the Pantages' Circuit, is located in Room 
No. 200 of the Pantages' Theatre Bldg., who will straighten out any 
matters appertaining to salaries, fares and finances in general. 

Immediately on your arrival in Seattle from Spokane, bring your 
baggage checks to the Stage Manager as your baggage is brought up that 
jiight by the baggageman when he takes the outgoing show to the wharf. 

Mail will always be found in the theatre office on the second floor. 
It is never brought back stage. 

TO OUR OLD FRIENDS AND NEW: 

A hearty welcome is waiting for you when in Seattle, the 
"Wonder City of the West." We are now located at the Hippo- 
drome, 5th and University (No. la on the map). We can truth- 
fully say "business is fine" and the success in our new vocation 
has brought a universal verdict of being AMERICA'S MOST 
SUCCESSFUL 'MASTERS OF DANCING.'" Originators of 
the ROULE WALTZ, PEKOE DANCING, SEATTLE JAZZ, 
RAMBLE AND JINGO DANCING. Come up and see us. 

MR. AND MRS. G. OSWALD. 



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SIOUX CITY, IOWA. 

Mgr. — C. S. Harris. 
Stage Mgr. — Frank Redden. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Harold Ferry. 
Electr.— C. B. Gano. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 71 feet. 
Height of Grid — 56 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 34 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 60. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M . 
Mail Back— 11:30 A. M. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 



ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Conductor — Dan Rosso. 
Treas. — Vic. Jetjen. 
Press Rep't. — L. M. Prince, 
Operator — Rob't Eberley. 
Flyman — Claude Morris. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 
Opening Day — Sun, and Thurs. 
Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 
Shows Daily — 2. 
Shows Saturday — 3. / 

Shows Sunday — 3. 
Rehearsal— 11:30 A, M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 



Trunks 50c (round trip). 



Trombone, Drums. 



Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Nolan Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Theatre Trans. Co 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.76; Lower, $2,20. 

Local Newspapers — "Journal" (A. M.) ; "Journal' 

M,). 

Name of Golf Links — Local Golf Club (see Manager). 

Next stand usually St. Paul or Minnepalis. 

C, & N. W, R. R.— Leave 1:15 A, M.; Arrive 10:55 A, M 



and "Tribune" 



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SIOUX FALLS, S. D. 

Mgr, — Solari Bros, 
Stag Mgr. — Claude Lowe. 
Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 
Props. — Max Mittlestead, 
Electrician — Stage Mgr. 
Current 110 Volts D, C, 
Proscenium Opening — 36 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 54 feet. 
Height of Grid— 60 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 32 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 35, 
Stage Open— 10 A, M. 
Mail Back— 10 A. M. 
Matinee Time — 3 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P, M. 



ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Conductor — Jas. Ballard. 
Treasurer — Fred Beecher, 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Operator — 

Flyman — Claude Lowe. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 6. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 1. 
No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — 3. 
Rehersal Time— 1:00 P. M. 
Salary Paid — Between Shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Theatre Laundry — Shipley LaundiT Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Hardiman Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Five, 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Clarionette. 

Local Newspapers — "Press" (A, M,) ; "Argus-Leader" (P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Country Club, 18 holes. Cost per day — Nothing. 



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Steamskip Deck Roof Garden 


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(No. 1 Location on Map) 



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SPOKANE GENERAL INFORMATION. 

"NO SMOKING" rule very stringent in all of the Spokane Theatres. 
To be caught means a six or ten dollar fine besides a walk to .1ail. This 
is not a joke but a reality. Ask Pat Barrett. He didn't believe what he 
saw "in the book." 

Local newspapers: "Spokesman-Review" (A.M.), "Chronicle" and 
"Press" (P.M.). 

"Down River" Golf Course. One of the most beautiful links in the 
U. S. 9 holes. Fee 50c daily. See Mr. Tom Stack there. Take Maxwell 
car to end of the line. Follow path to club house. 



Model Cafe and Fancy Bakery 

708-10-12-14 Sprague Ave., Spokane, Wash. 
(One Block East of Davenport Hotel) 

High Class Family Restaurant Open Day and Night. 
Popular Prices. Original French Pastry Shop 

A Favorite Restaurant for Performers 

(No. 5 Location on Map) 



Columbia Pharmacy 

Cor. Main & Washington Sts. 
Spokane, Wash. 

'Make-Up" 

Pure Drugs and 

Toilet Requisites 

Kodak Developing and Printing 
(No. 9 Location on Map) 



In Past 4 Years— 



90% 



of the Performers 

STOPPED AT THE 

GALAX HOTEL 

Spokane, Wash. 

(No. 10 Location on Map) 



For Jewelry and Repairs 

See "Hyde & Seek" His Advice 
E. S. HYDE CO. 

9 South Howard Street 

Manufacturers and Retailers 

GEM SPECIALISTS 

Performers' Jewelry Cleaned Gratis 
(No. 3 Location on Map) 



Harty Schaffner & Marx 

508 Riverside Ave. 

Clothing 

and 

Gents* Furnishings 

"You Know the Quality*' 

(No. 7 Location on Map) 



WAGNER BROS. TRANS. & STORAGE CO. 



227 N. Stevens Street, 2 Blocks from Pantages. 
(No. 11 Location on Map) 



Phone, Main 5907 



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SPOKANE, WASHINGTON. 

Mgr.— E. Clark Walker. 

Treas. — Manager. 

Stage Mgr. — Alf. McAlpine. 

Asst Stage Mgr. — W. P. Franklin. 

"Props." — C. M. Quinn. 

Electr. — Harry E. Haynes. 

Current— 110 Volts D. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 65 feet. 

Height of Grid— 68 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 28 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 26. 

Stage Open— 8 A. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

Conductor — Miss Lorraine Darnell. 

Press Rep't. — Geraldine Whalen. 

Operator — R. W. DeLion. 

Flyman — Harry Thompson. 

Swingman — J. W. Morris. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Opening Day — Sunday. 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 3. 

Shows Sunday — 5 (may be not). 

First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Saturday Afternoon. 



Matinee — 2:30 P. M. Where Salary Paid — Mgr.'s Office. 

Theatre Baggageman — Wagner Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Next usual stand is Seattle. 

C, M. & St. P. R. R.— Leave 12:20 A. M.; Arrive 12:30 P. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $2.20; Lower, $2.75. (This train carries a 
Tourist sleeper as well.) 

This is virtually a new theatre re-built on the site of the old one. 

Stage crew hang the show on Saturday night after the outgoing 
show leaves, so stick around. 

Your "CUE" Where to Eat 

Ine Tray Tavern 

(CAFETERIA) 

110 N. Howard St. Next door to Pantages 

(No. 6 Location on Map) 

JOHN W. GRAHAM & CO. 

707 S^rague Avenue SPOKANE, WASH. 

Kodak Cameras, Su;^^hes, jPrinting ana Amatuer 
Uevelo^ing. Stationery 

(No. 4 Location on Map) 



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SPOKANE, WASHINGTON. 

Mgr. — Walter Smith. 
Stage Mgr, — Harry Culbert. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Ed. Phinney. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 110 Volts D. C. 
Operator — W. Sloan, 
Proscenium Opening — 30 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 66 feet. 
Height of Grid— 67 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 25 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 50. 
Stape Open — Noon. 
Mail Back — Noon. 
Matinee— 2:30 P, M. 



HIPPODROME (A. & H.). 

Conductor — Ralph Eovee. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Press Rep't. — Frank Donnellan. 
Flyman — Chas. Hartley. 
Grip— W. J. McCarthy, 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Wed. 
First Night Show— 7 P. M. 
Shows Daily— 3. 
Shows Saturday — 4. 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Last Matinee. 



Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Theatre Laundry — Spokane Hotel Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Lee Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Theatre has shower baths. 
Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Clarionette, 
Bass. 

Next usual stand is Walla Walla. 

Nor. Pac. R. R. — Leave 6:25 A. M.; Arrive 2:05 P. M. 




r<i? Bob's Ghili Palace 



612 1st Ave., 



Spokane, Wash. 



When in Spokane be sure and treat yourself to 
some real Chili and Tamales, the kind Bob makes 
that has the World stopped for quality, taste and 
flavor. 

Latest Music Best of Service 

(No. 2 Location on Map) 



J. A. & M. M. MORSE 

FOOT DOCTORS 



523-V^ W. Main Avenue 
PAINLESS CHIROPODY 



Spokane, Washington 
Around the corner from Pantages 



The Auditorium Theatre, Spokane, for the time being, has discon- 
tinued Orpheum Vaudeville, whch may be resumed later. 

Auditorium Dimensions 
Proscenium Opening— 33 feet. Wall to Wall — 68 feet. 

Height of Grid— 68 feet. Depth of Stage— 43 feet. 



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HIPPODROME (A. & H.). 

Mgr.— D. B. Levin. 

Stage Mgr.— Walter Kennedy. 

Carpenter— A. L. Parker. 

"Props." — Frank Mistier. 

Electr. — Stage Manager. 

Current— 110-220 Volts A. C. 

Proscenium Opening — 24 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 48 feet. 

Height of Grid — 55 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 

Depth of "One — 6 feet. 

Sets of Lines— 30 feet. 

Stage Open — 10 A. M. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. 

Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Conductor — Thomas Boyd 

Treas. — Manager. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Operator — Jim Evans ("Dynamite") 

Flyman — L. E. Arlington. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — 3. 

No. Days Engaged — 3 and 4. 

Opening Days — Sun. and Wed. 

Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 4. 

Shows Sunday — 5. 

Rehearsal — 11:30 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Between Last Shows 
Theatre Laundry — Valley Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Pacific Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Number in Orchestra — Four. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums. 
Next usual stand is San Francisco. 
So. Pac. R. R.— Leave 7:25 A. M.; Arrive 11:30 A. M. 
Bring baggage checks to the theatre immediately on arrival. 

STOCKTON GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Independent" (A.M.), and "Record" (P.M.). 
See local managers re privilege of golf links. 

The Stockton Mineral Baths with the largest swimming pool in the 
state, affords great pleasure during the summer months. 
Glass Works and Paper Mills also interesting. 

SHOW YOUR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MAN IN THIS TOWN 
THE BOOK AND ASK THEM WHY THEY ARE NOT IN IT. 



Orpheum, Stockton, information on next page 



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STOCKTON CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr. — Ed. G. Vollman. 

Treas. — Leslie Vogelsang. 

Stage Mgr. — Eddie Langmaid. 

Carpenter — Stage Mgr. 

"Props."— Richard Ratto. 

Electr. — J. A. McGinniss. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. 

Operator — No Regular. 

Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 62 feet. 

Height of Grid— 56 feet. 

Depth of Stage— 36 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 40. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. Where Salary Paid— In Fresno. 

Theatre Baggageman — Pacific Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass. 

Next usual stand is Sacramento. 

So. Pac. R. R.— Leave 9:40 A. M.; Arrive 11:45 A. M. 



YOSEMITE THEATRE. 
(ORPHEUM.) 

Conductor — Caesar Brand. 
Mail at Box Office. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 
Press Rep't. — Raymond Gazzola. 
Flyman — Eddie Ryder. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 11. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — 2. 
No. Days Engaged — 2. 
Opening Day — Sunday. 
Shows Daily — 2. 
Rehearsal — 11:30 A. M. 
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SUPERIOR, WIS. 
Same block as Palace Theatre Also one next to the Post Office 

Thruthfully and T^ositiveh) Home Cooking 
Patronized and Jippreciated by all Performers 

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Palace, Superior, Information on next page. 



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Superior, Wis. 

Mgr. — Frank M. Phelps. 
Stage Mgr.— Hugh Miller, 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Lew Bingham. 
Electr. — ^Bethel Robinson. 
Current— 110 volts A. C, D. C. 
Operator — Dick Ellison. 
Proscenium Opening — 28 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 49 feet. 
Height of Grides feet. 
Depth of Stage— 23 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 40 feet. 
Stage Open — 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra- 



Palace Theatre. 

Con.— Abe H. Miller. 
Treas. — Julius Cook. 
Press Rep't. — Mickey McDonald. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 8. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 
Matinee Time — 2:45 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Sat.— 3. 
Shows Sun. — 5, 
Rehearsal Time — 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Bet. shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 

Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Clarionette. 



Number in Orchestra — 5. 

Next usual stand is Duiuth for acts who finish Wednesday. 

Local Newspapers — "Telegram" (P. M.) 

Name of Golf Links — Country Club. 

Theatre Baggageman — Jake Soroka. Trunks 75c (round trip) to and 
from station, but if hauled in from the station only it is 35c each and 
$1.00 each to haul from Palace, Superior, to the Grand, Duiuth. 

Acts take electric cars to Duiuth. Rehearsal in Duiuth 10 A. M. 
SHARP. Superior map on opposite page. 



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TACOMA GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "Ledger" (A.M.), "Times" and "Tribune" (P.M.). 

Golf Links: Meadow Park. 18 holes. Fee 25c a day. 

Take American Lake street car in front of Pantages and get off at 
Meadow Park. 

Great town for hard shell crabs. Fine markets on B'way also on 
Market St. 

Splendid specimen of a "Totem Pole" at 10th and "A" Sts. (See map.) 

Wonderful view of the Columbia River and Valley from the Garden, 
reached by going through the office of the Tacoma Hotel, 10th and "A" 
Sts. (See map.) '' 

On account of the U. S. Military Camp at American Lake the town is 
badly crippled for hotel accommodations, so reserve in advance or you 
stand a good chance of walking the streets all night. 

Hotels that used tOi solicit your trade are not so anxious now for it. 

It is expected this will be a permanent Government Camp. ^^ 

THE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN THE NORTHWEST 

TACOMA HOTEL 

Joe. Roberts' Peerless Orchestra 

f^^Cusic and T>ancing 6 to 8 p. m. Pleasant Surroundings 

Excellent Cuisine 

Special rates to theatrical people 

/^^ ^'^iLk ^^ CURE, NO PA Y 

Malstrotn 's Cough Remedy 

Victor H. Malstrom 

DEPARTMENT DRUG STORE 

MAKE-UP, T)RUQS ETC. 

ON the corner opposite l^antages Theatre 
(No. 5 Location on Map) 

CENTRAL NEWS COMPANY 

I Ith and Commerce Sis., Tacoma, Wash. 

Stationery, Post Cards, Novelties, Books, *' Variety'* 
''Clipper" ''Billboard" etc. 

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TACOMA, WASHINGTON. 
Local Manager here goes to 

Mgr. — H. W. Pierong. 
Stage Mgr. — Arthur Avery. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Jas. McDonald. 
Electr. — J. L. Page. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 24 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 46 feet. 
Height of Grid— 46 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 20 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 32. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



HIPPODROME (A. & H.)- 
Hip., Portland, in September. 
Conductor — Geo. Rugers. 
Treas. — Mr. Barry. 
Press Rep't. — Mr. Quinlan. 
Operator — Howard Lila. 
Flyman — Harry Thompson. 
Grip — Chas. Glocker. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 8. 
No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 5. 
Shows Sunday — 5. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 
Salary Paid — Last Show. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Trunks 75c (round trip). 



Matinee — 3 P. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Olympic Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Auto Trans. Co. 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is Seattle. 
, Puget Sound Nav. Co. — Leave 7:15 A. M. 

See Seattle Hippodrome (page — ) before arriving there as to the 
disposition of your baggage checks. 



CLEANING & DYEING FROM A SCIENTIFIC STANDPOINT 

Special and Painstaking Attention Given toi Theatrical Apparel 
by a Firm who "Know How." 

MAN CALLS EVERY NIGHT AT THE THEATRE 



Downtown office 

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1012-1014 
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ONE OF THE FIRM CAN ALWAYS BE CONSULTED 

(The author of thb book sends his costumes to us, in the 
summer, to be cleaned, all the way from Philadelphia, Pa. 

If necessary drop us a card in advance of your arrival. Prompt 
service, reasonable prices. 



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TACOMA, WASHINGTON. PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

Mgr. — Geo. A. Calvert. Conductor — Billy Small. 

Stage Mgr. — Carl O. Ellis. Operator — Clyde Ellis. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. Flyman — Royal Baker. 

"Props." — Ben Mennick. Grip — Ben Minnick. 

Electr. — Jerald Crow. ' No. Days Engaged — 7. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. Opening Day— Monday. 

Proscenium Opening — 33 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Wall to Wall— 60 feet. Shows Saturday— 3. 

Height of Grid— 68 feet. Shows Sunday— 5 

Depth of Stage— 30 feet. Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Sets of Lines — 50. Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Stage Open — 10 A. M. Salary Paid — Between Shows. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman— Auto Trans. Co. Trunks $1.00 (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Seven. 

Instruments in Orchestra— Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Organ. 

Next usual stand is Portland, Ore. 

Nor, Pac. R. R. — Leave 1:40 A. M.; Arrive 7 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.76; Lower, $2.20. 

Reserve your sleeper berths for Portland early in the week at the 
Nor. Pac. City Office on Pacific St., corner of 10th (see local map). 
Sleeper ready after 10 P. M. • 

This theatre claims to have the best lighted stage in the west, having 
22-1000 watt globes in addition to the usual ordinary lighting on the stage. 
The stage manager, Carl O. Ellis, has his own patent medium of colored 
lights, in which he uses a series of glasses in place of gelatine, making 
a great saving to the management. 

Central Lunch and Cafeteria 

Cor. 1 1th and Commerce Sts., Tacoma 
One block from Pantages Stage Door 

^^ Ready to Serve ^' and Special Orders 

Prices right and within reason 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 

Auto Baggage & Transfer Co. 

Office next to Pantages Stage Door 

Hauls for both — Pantages and Hippodrome 

(No. 4 Location on Map) 
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TACOMA, WASHINGTON. 

Mgr.— Glen Sutter. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Stage Mgr. — Dave Lindsay. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Tom Dunn. 
Electr. — Paul Vallely. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — John Manning. . 
Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 67 feet. 
Height of Grid— 75 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 42 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 7 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 60. 
Stage Open — 10 A. M. 



TACOMA THEATRE. 
(ORPHEUM.) 

Conductor — D. N. Nason. 

Press Rep't.— Chas. McKee. 

Flyman — Andy Dunn. 

Grip — Chester Baker. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 12. 

No. Days Engaged — 3. 

Opening Day — Friday. (No. Mat.) 

Shows Daily — 2. 

Shows Saturday — 2. 

Shows Sunday — 2. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 

Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Sunday Night. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Laundry — ^Olympic Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Tacoma Baggage & Trans. Co. Trunks 75c 
(round trip). Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Eleven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello. 

At time of going to press with this book this theatre had discon- 
tinued vaudeville. It may be renewed. 



TAFT, CALIF. 

Mgr. — C. L. Langley. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Stage Mgr. — J. B. Williams. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props."— Earl R. Gifford. 
Electrician — A. L. Mitchell. 
Current— 110-220 Volts A. C. 
Operator — E. L. Switzer. 
Proscenium Opening — 38 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 65 feet. 
Height of Grid— 40 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 38 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 12 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 38. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 4 P. M. 

Theatre Baggageman — Switzer Trans. Co. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Organ. 

Local Newspapers — "Midway Driller" (P. M.). 

This is a combination house playing Musical Comedy or other shows 
the first four days of the week and vaudeville the last three days. Taft 
is 37 miles from the main line town of Bakersfield. Ordinarily the travel 
from Bakersfield to Taft is by stage, $1.50 each way and trunks $1.25 
each or by train the fare is $2.00. There is only one train a day to Taft 
arriving at 2:35 P. M., making connections with Bakersfield. In order 
to get out of Taft to play the following day it is necessary to travel by 
auto stage to Bakersfield, leaving Taft, after the show at 11:30 P. M., 
taking about 1% hours to Bakersfield, which connects with trains going 
to San Francisco or Los Angeles. 



HIPPODROME THEATRE 
(A. & H.) 

Conductor — H. Camprubi. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Flyman — E. A. Carpenter. 

Grip— H. E. Gilroy. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 16. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

Opening Day — Fri. and Sun. 

Shows Daily— 2. 

Shows Saturday — 2. 

Shows Sunday — 2. 

Matinee — 2:30 P. M. 

First Night Show— 7:15 P. M. 

Rehearsal— 12:30 Noon. 

Salary Paid — Last Show. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



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EMPRESS THEATRE. 
Mgr.— W. M. Smith. 
Stage Mgr. — Pat Cassady. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Stage Manager. 
Electr. — Pat Patterson. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Operator — Electrician. 
Proscenium Opening — 32 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 70 feet. 
Height of Grid— 55 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 39 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 55. 
Stage Open— 8 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 
Conductor — Joe Lyday. 
Treas. — E. Clarke. 
Press Rep't. — S. J. Stockard. 
Flyman — Beeto Bunch. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 4 and 3. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Matinee — 3 P. M. 
Shows Daily— 3. 
White. Trunks 50c (round trip). 



Shows Saturday — 3. 

Shows Sunday — 3. 

Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Salary Paid — After Last Show. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman — Chas. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute. Number in Orchestra — ^Eight. 

Local Newspapers — "World" (A. M.) ; "Democrat" (P. M.). 

Name of Golf Links — Country Club, 18 holes. Cost per day (see 
Manager). Interesting trip to the oil fields. Can be reached by street car. 



VALLEJO, CALIFORNIA. 

Mgr. — J. W. Davis. 
Stage Mgr. — A. W. Herbert. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — D. Anson. 
Electr.— J. B. Kelly. 
Current— 120 Volts D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 24 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 60 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 22 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 18. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



VALLEJO THEATRE. 
Conductor — V. R. Young. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Operator — A. G. Hughes. 
Press Rep't. — Geo. Roe. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 1. 
Shows Daily — 2. 
Shows Saturday — 2. 
Shows Sunday — 4. 
Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 
First Night Show— 8:15 P. M. 
Rehearsal — 12 noon. 
Salary Paid — After Show. 



Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Theatre Baggageman — Larsen Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Drums, Organ. 
Local Newspapers — "News," "Times" and "Chronicle" (all P. M.). 



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602 Granville Street 
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VANCOUVER, B. C 

(No. 9 Location on Map) 



The Mikado Co. 

766 Granville St. 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 

opp. the Orpheum 

Specialties, Kimonos, Under- 
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Special T>iscount to Performers 
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AN INVITATION TO ORPHEUM ARTISTS 
"THE LONDON GRILU' 
On Robson St., facing the stage entrance of 
the Orpheum is the most cosy little Restaurant 
in the city and serves the best food to its 
patrons. The management is specially solicit- 
ing the patronage of the Orpheum artists. 
HENRI & FRED, Waiters & Managers. 
(No. 1 Location on Map) 

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VANCOUVER GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers are the "Sun" (A.M.), "Province" and "World" 
.(P.M.). 

Golf Links: Shaughnessy Heights. 18 holes. Fee $1.00 daily. (Take 
Shaughnessy car at Main and Hastings or Post Office corner.) 

Take in the Chinese Theatre, if season is open. Make yourself known 
to the English gentleman at the door who will gladly admit you except 
on Monday or Sat. nights. Well worth seeing. 

Splendid town to buy Chinese and Japanese silks cheap. In the 
Author's opinion, better than any other town in Canada. 

Three special points of interest are Stanley Park, the Swinging Bridge 
at Capilano Canyon and the Marine drive. 

To properly see the beauty of Stanley Park and the Marine Drive 
take an automobile. 

Capalino Canyon Swinging Bridge can be made in three or four hours. 
A sight well worth seeing. Automobile to Capilano expensive and not 
necessary. Take N. Vancouver Ferry and then a short trolley ride. Total 
cost 30c. 

English Bay Beach. Bathing pier and promenade. Take Davie or 
Robson St. car going west to terminus. 

Exceptionally fine meals to be had on the C. P. R. boats. 



Canadian Pacific Railway Hotel System 

HOTEL VANCOUVER 

Vancouver, British Columbia 




At the Pacific Coast terminus of the railway is the largest 
and most luxuriant hotel in Canada. Situated one-half mile from 
the C. P. R. docks and station. Transfer charge, 25c. 

RESTAURANT, BIG GAME GRILL ROOM, ROOF GARDEN 
EUROPEAN PLAN, RATES $2.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 201 



VANCOUVER, 
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Mgr. — G. Corribeau, Jr. 

Treas. — Manager. 

Stage Mgr.— G. G. Robertson. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. 

"Props." — W. Baker. 

Electr. — Roy Hood. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. 

Operators — Len. Burrell, A. Crute. 



COLUMBIA THEATRE. 

Conductor — H. Brassfield. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Flyman — W. Copp. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 5. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days — Engaged — 3. 

Opening Day — Mon. and Thurs. 

Shows Daily — 3. 

Shows Saturday — 4. 

Shows Sunday — None. 

Matinee— 3 P. M. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 

Rehearsal — 10:45 A. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Between Shows. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Proscenium Opening — 23 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 33 feet. 
Height of Grid— 52 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 20 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 28. 
Stage Open— 9 A. M. 

Theatre Baggageman — Vancouver Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round 
trip.) Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Comet, Drums. 

Next usual stand is Seattle. 

C. P. R. R. and G. N. R. R.— Leave 11 P. M.; Arrive 8 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.10; Lower, $1.65. 

On arrival in Vancouver have you baggage examined before leaving 
the station. Leave your checks, after examination, with the Custom 
Inspector. 

Show is hung at 9 A. M. 

On Saturday only Seattle train leaves at 11:30 P. M. Verify this. 



Trocadero Cafe 


White Lunch 


156 Hastings St., 
One block west of Pontages 


VANCOUVER, B. C. 
Lunch Rooms as below 


GOOD COOKING 

''The 


38 Hastings Street, W. 
124 " " W. 
439 " " W. 
126 " " E. 
439 Qranville Street 
806 


Performer's 


Popular Prices 


Rendezvous" 


Self Service 




MAIN STORES 


(No. 14 Location on Map) 


(Nos. 3, 12 & 17 Locations on Map) 



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VANCOUVER, 
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Mgr. — James Pilling. 
Stage Mgr. — Buck Taylor. 
Carpenter — Sid. Summers. 
"Props." — Harry Pearson. 
Electr. — Wm. Worby. 
Current— Volts A. C, D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 69 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 33 feet. 
Depth of "One" — 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 43. 
Stage Open— 10 A. M. 



ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Conductor — Wm. Pilling. 
Treas. — Mrs. Smith. 
Press Rep't. — Mr. Jenkins. 
Operator — Wm. McCartney. 
Flyman — Walter Danby. 
Asst. Carp. — Wm. Blake. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 16. 
No. Days Engaged — 6. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily— 2. 
Shows Saturday — 2. 
Shows Sunday — None. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
Night Show— 8:20 P. M. 
Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 
Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 



Trunks 75c (round 



Drums, 



Salary Paid — Saturday After Mat. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Theatre Laundry — Vancouver Hotel Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Vancouver Trans. Co. 
trip). Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Number in Orchestra — Eleven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello, Viola. 

Next usual stand is Seattle. 

C. P. R. R. Boat— Leave 11:30 P. M.; Stateroom $2:50 (room enough 
for three people). 

Stage crew hang the show at 9 A. M. This is important. 

Don't attempt to get through with even the smallest quantity cf liquor. 
Penalty is extremely severe. 

Do not leave the pier in Seattle until you have had your baggage 
examined. 



HOTEL HUDSON 


BURNS DRUG CO., ltd. 


773 Seymour St. 


732 Granville St. 


VANCOUVER, B. C. 






VANCOUVER, B. C. 


Modern, Fireproof and Conve- 


Opposite the Orpheum 


nient to the Orpheum 




Extremely Moderate Rates 


CANADA'S FINEST 


130 Sunny, Peaceful 


PHARMACY 


Rooms at Your 


Ask **Jim" Pilling 


Service 






We Carry ''Make-up'' 


Theatrical people, desiring to 




cook can arrange for use of ex- 


Special Prescription Department 


cellent kitchenettes 




L. Martin, Mgr. 


Phone Seymour 606 

4 


(No. 4 Location on Map) 


(No. 7 Location on Map) 



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liic Delmonico Care 

704 ROBSON ST., 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Caters to the Profession 

Look for Letter at "Town Akead" 

(No. 7 Location on Map) 

III 

and ANNEX 

762 Granville Street Opposite tne Orpneum 

^W^hen Picking — Pick the Best 

^Tne Premier Care of Vancouver 

DANCE IN OUR ANNEX 

Discount to Performers also ckecks can be paid at 

tke end of tke engagement 

ALWAYS OPEN 

(No. 6 Location on Map) 




204 HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 



VANCOUVER, 
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Mgr. — Geo. Pantages. 
Stage Mgr. — Wm. Park. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Ira Parks. 
Electr. — R. S. Chamberlain. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C, D. C. 
Operator — Joe Thomas. 
Proscenium Opening — 40 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 82 feet. 
Height of Grid— 70 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 25 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 30. 



PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

Conductor — F. Maracci. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Flyman — Gordon Martin. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 6. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — None. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Rehearsal— 11:30 A. M. 
Salary Paid — After Matinee. 



Stage Open — 7 A. M. 

Mail Back — 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman — Vancouver Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round 
trip). Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. Theatre has shower baths. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Bass, Clarionette. Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Next stand is Victoria. C. P. R. Boat— Lv. 10:30 A. M.; Ar. 3 P. M. 

On your arrival in Vancouver, immediately you get off the boat, have 
your hand baggage examined on the upper deach of the pier and then go 
to the lower deck of the pier and have your trunks examined. 

Do not leave the pier until all your baggage has been examined. 

Show the Vancouver Trans. Co.'s man, in the large baggage examina- 
tion room, which are your trunks and he has them taken immediately to 
the theatre. 



Hotel Regent 

162-4-6-8 HASTINGS ST., E. 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

A Modern Hotel 

in a Jylodern City 

Weekly Rates to Artists 

Without BatK, $5.00 to $7.00 
WitL BatL, $7.00 to $10.00 

Single or Double 

Two blocks from Pantages and Pal. Hip. 
(Columbia) 

Free 'Suss to ana from Station 
or Dock 

A L. McLENNAN. Mgr. 
No. 18 Location on map 



Try the 

GOOD 
EATS 
CAFE 

vC^nen vC^isJiing to Enjoy 

a GOOD MEAL 

Two 'Places 

110 Cordova Street 
ALWAYS OPEN 

612 PenJer Street, W. 

Near Granville 

OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. 
(Nos. 10 and 15 Locations, on Map) 



HERBERT LLOYD'S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 205 



The Modern Co. 

SAM and CHARLIE, "Pro^s. 

365 HASTINGS ST., E. 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 
JAPANESE and 

CHINESE SILKS 



Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, Ki- 
monos and Mandarin Coats. 

Charlie calls at the Orpheum 

Sam calls at Pantages and the 
Columbia. 

Known to hundreds of performers 
for their fair dealing and low 
prices. 

(No. 19 Location on Map) 



KNOWLTON, Lta. 

DRUGGIST 

15 HASTINGS STREET, E. 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Full Line of 
S^merican ^^lake-ujl) 
ana ±oilet Articles 

Half hlock from and o^^oske from, the 
Pantages 

O^en All Niglt 

Mr. Knowlton will glady show 
you his prescription room. Nothing 
finer in North America. 

(No. 16 Location on Map) 



Imperial Trunk & Leather Goods 

512 Hastings Street, ^Vest Vancouver, B. C. 

S^^ecial Discount to Performers on all 
Goods ana Repairs 



(No. 11 Location on Map) 



Vancouver Map three pages ahead. 



IF THIS BOOK PLEASES YOU, EXPRESS YOUR PRAISE "FORTE" 
IF IT DOES NOT PLEASE YOU, THEN MAKE IT "TACIT" 

KINDLY MENTION THIS BOOK TO OUR ADVERTISERS 

DON'T MISS THE LUNCHEON ON THE C. P. R. BOAT GOING 
FROM VANCOUVER TO VICTORIA OR THE DINNER ON THE C. P. R. 
BOAT GOING FROM VICTORIA TO SEATTLE. 



A CIGAR HELD BETWEEN THE SECOND AND THIRD FINGERS 
WILL PREVENT IT DROPPING SHOULD YOU FALL ASLEEP. 



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CAFE and BAKERY 

533 Yates Street 
VICTORIA. B. C. 

'*^Jne House that 
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Acknowledged hy all the hest 
in the City. 

Lunch Counter 
(No. 5 Location on Map) 



STANDARD STEAM 
LAUNDRY 

VICTORIA, B. C 

H. R. SAVAGE, Prop. 

Call every day 

at Pant ages 

Office and 'Plant 

841 VIEW STREET 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 



JEEVES S LAMB 
TRANSFER GO. 

VICTORIA. B. C 

Haul for the 
Pantages Theatre 

Offce and Storage 

726 View Street 

(No. 4 Location on Map) 



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Canadian Pacific Railway Hotel System 

HOTEL EMPRESS 

VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA 




A SHORT DISTANCE FROM BOAT LANDING 

One of the most beautiful hotels on the American Continent 

The hotel is surrounded by Beautiful Gardens, Tennis Courts, etc. 

European Plan Rates $2.00 per day and upward 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



ST. JAMES 

HOTEL 


WHITE LUNCH 

LTD. 

VICTORIA, B. C 


victoria s only 


642 Yates Street and 


rire;^roof Hotel 


1009 Government Street 


SPECIAL RATES 
TO THE PROFESSION 

One block from Pantages 

642 Johnson Street 

F. C. WILLOWS. Prop. 


Close to the Theatre 

Excellent Food 
Well Cooked 
Self Service 


(No. 7 Location on Map) 


(Nos. 2 and 6 Locations on Map) 



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VICTORIA, PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

BRITISH CpLUMBIA. Conductor— Tony Jensen. 

Mgr.— Robt. Jamieson. Press Rep't.— E. Ewers. 

Treas. — Manager. Operator — M. F. MacDonald. 

Stage Mgr.— Harry Marsh. Flyman— Ed. Abery. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Grip— Reg. Bullock. 

"Props."— Wm. Hansen. No. Dressing Rooms— 8. 

Electr.— Stage Manager. Stage Dressing Rooms— None. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. No. Days Engaged— 6. 

Proscenium Opening— 32 feet. Opening Day— Monday. 

Wall to Wall— 60 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Height of Grid— 80 feet. Shows Saturday— 3. 

Depth of Stage— 25 feet. Matinee— 3 P. M. 

Depth of "One"— 6 feet. • First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Sets of Lines— 25. Rehearsal— 11:30 A. M. 

Stage Open — 9 A. M. Salary Paid — After Matinee. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Mgr's. Office. 

Theatre Laundry — Standard Steam Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Jeeves & Lamb Trans. Co. Trunks $1.00 
(round trip). Have hotel trunks ready at 7 A. M. 

Theatre has shower baths. 

Number in Orchestra — Five. 

Instruments in Orchestra— Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums. 

Next usual stand is Tacoma. 

C. P. R. R. Boat— (See below). 

Local Newspapers — "Colonist" (A. M.); "Times" (P. M.). 

Exceptionally beautiful motor rides around "Victoria. 

Leave Victoria at 4:30 P. M. Sunday for your next stand, Tacoma, 
by way of Seattle via C. P. R. R. Boat. Arrive in Seattle at 9 P. M., 
where you have your baggage examined, when the Reliable Trans. Co. 
haul and load it at the Nor. Pac. R. R. station for Tacoma. (You paid 
for this baggage haul two weeks previous when you played Seattle.) 

Nor. Pac. R. R. — Leave Seattle at 11:30 P. M. and arrive in Tacoma 
at 1:05 A. M. 

An exceptionally fine dinner to be had on the boat going to Seattle, 
$1.25. 

SEE PAGES NEXT AHEAD FOR VICTORIA MAP, HOTELS, RES- 
TAURANTS, ETC. 

KINDLY MENTION THIS BOOK TO OUR ADVERTISERS. 

GET YOUR DINNER ON THE C. P. R. BOAT GOING FROM VIC- 
TORIA TO SEATTLE. 

ON YOUR ARRIVAL IN SEATLE BE SURE AND WAIT TO HAVE 
YOUR BAGGAGE EXAMINED BEFORE LEAVING THE PIER. 

ADVERSE CRITIRISM IS MORE WELCOME TO THE PUB- 
LISHER THAN PRAISE, AS IT TENDS TO IMPROVE THE 
GUIDE, SO WRITE IN ANY SUGGESTIONS. 



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Lyric Theatre. 
Con.— O. R. Olsen. 
Treas. — Violet Swansen. 
Press Rep't. — Manager. 
Flyman — Louis Berkheiser. 
Grip. — Louis Berkheiser. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 5. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — One. 
Opening Day — Sun. and Thurs. 
Shows Daily — 2 or 3 on Thurs. 
Shows Sun. — 4. 
Matinee Time— 2:30 P. M. 
Rehearsal Time — 12 Noon. 
Salary Paid — Bet. shows. 
Where Salary Paid — Back stage. 



Virginia, Minn. 

Mgr. — W. J. Rezac. 
Stage Mgr. — Louis Berkheiser. 
Carpenter — Louis Berkheiser. 
"Props." — Louis Berkheiser. 
Electr. — Louis Berkheiser. 
Current— 110 volts A. C. 
Operator — Harold Fay. 
Proscenium Opening — 27 feet. 
Wall ta Wall— 56 feet. 
Height of Grid— 42 feet. 
Depth of Stage — 25 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 4 feet. 
Sets of Lines— 27. 
Stage Open— 11 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Acts arrive in Virginia at the D. M. & N. station, 5 blocks from the 
theatre. 

Theatre Baggageman — Eaton Transfer Co. Trunks 50c (round trip). 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Drums. 

Number in Orchestra — 3. 

Next usual stand is Fort William. 

C. N. R. R.— Leave 10:05 P. M.; Arrive 11.06 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.60; Lower, $1.75. 

Local Newspapers — "Virginian" and "Enterprise" (both P. M.) 

You depai-t from the C. N. station, a half block from the theatre. 
Train for Fort William leaves at 10:05 P. M, and local manager arranges 
that all acts make it. 

You do not get your sleepei; until you arrive at Fort Francis at 1:55 
A. M., where hand baggage is examined before you get off of the train. 

Very good lunch room at the station in Fort Francis. You leave 
Fort Francis at 2:15 A. M., arriving in Fort William at 11:06 A. M. Sleep 
in berth until 10 A. M. Trunks are examined in Fort William. Do not 
attempt to bring in any liquor. Contrary to general report, you open with 
a matinee in Fort William. Get manifest for show here going into 
Canada, which keep secure, as you show it again at Fort Francis, Inter- 
national Falls, Emerson and again on leaving Canada after Winnipeg. 



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Next to Orpheum, one block from Auditorium 

PROFESSIONAL RATES 

Single, without bath, Sl.OO, with bath, S1.50 

Double, •• " $1.50, *• " $2.50 

Single, with shower, $1.25, Double, with shower, $2.00 

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HERBERT LLOYD^S VAUDEVILLE GUIDE 211 

WACO GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Local newspapers: "News-Tribune" (A.M.), "Times-Herald" (P.M.). 

Golf Course: Country Club. 18 holes. Green fee 50c. Take Dallas 
Interurban Electric, either local or limited, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30 A. M., etc., 
and get off at Spring Lake Country Club. Fare 25c round trip if you 
buy V cket, 3Qc if you pay on the car. Get car at Austin Ave, and 4th St. 

THE SAM LILE. CAFE 

123 N. 6th Street, (opp. Orpheum) Waco. Texas 

Chinese=American Restaurant 

REGULAR AMERICAN MEALS 

Best Food in Waco for the money 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 

WACO, TEXAS. ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Mgr.— J. P. Harrison. Conductor — Otto Brinkmeir. 

Stage Mgr.— Cliff A. Hickman. Treas.— Opal Campbell. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Press Rep't.— J. D. Stewart. 

"Props."— O. J. Nichols ("Nick"). No. Dressing Rooms— 7. 
Electr. — P. A. Barton. Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

Current— 110 Volts A .C. No. Days Engaged— 7. 

Operator— Carl Lempke. Opening Day— Sunday. 

Proscenium Opening— 36 feet. Shows Daily— 3. 

Wall to Wall— 61 feet. Shows Saturday— 4. 

Height of Grid— 38 feet. Shows Sunday— 4. 

Depth of Stage— 35 feet. Matinee— 3:45 P. M. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. First Night Show— 7:45 P. M. 

Sets of Lines— 32 feet. Rehearsal— 11 A. M. 

Stage Open — 9 A. M. Salary Paid — Between Last Shows. 

Mail Back— 9 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Back Stage. 

Theatre Laundry — Progress Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — Waco Trans. Co. Trunks 50c (round trip). 
Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette. 

Next usual stand is San ^ntonio. 

M., K. & T. R. R.— Leave 12:40 A. M.; Arrive 7:45 A. M. 
Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $1.76; Lower, $2.20. 

Stage crew here enjoy the distinction of not accepting "tips." Nat- 
urally, however, they expect to be paid if they work in your act, if it 
is work outside of their regular duties, but under no circumstance do 
they accept "tips." This policy has been in effect several years. 

Dressing rooms here are not of the best, but the courtesy of the 
management and crew make up for their deficiency which will be rem- 
edied as soon as building conditions become normal, as a new theatre 
is contemplated. (This applies to Houston and Dallas as well.) 

For time being Auditorium has discontinued Vaudeville. 

Auditorium Dimensions: 
Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. Height of Grid — 54 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 80 feet. Depth of Stage— 40 feet. 



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WALLACE, IDAHO. 

Mgr. — C. C. Spencer. 
Treas. — C. C. Spencer. 
Stage Mgr. — J. C. Anderson. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Jas. S. Evans. 
Electr.— H. L. Kope. 
Current— 110-220 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 25 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 47 feet. 
Height of Grid— 35 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 22 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 5 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 20. 
Stage Open — 7 A. M. 



GRAND THEATRE (A. & H.), 

Conductor — Clyde Savage. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Operator — J. A. Bedard. 

Flyman— J. C. White. 

Grip — Harry Hill. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 9. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 1 and 2. 

Shows Daily — Conditions vary. 

Mail Back— 10 A. M. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

First Night Show— 7 P. M. 

Rehearsal — 11 A, M. 

Salary Paid — Between Shows. 



Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Theatre Laundry — Shoshome Laundry Co. 

Theatre Baggageman — City Trans. Co. Trunks 50c (round trip). 
Theatre has shower baths. 
Number in Orchestra — Three. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Drums. 
Next usual stand is Spokane. 

O. W. R. & N. R. R.— Leave 7:80 A. M.; Arrive 12:50 noon. 
Local Newspapers — "Press" and "Times." 
Hang show at 5 P. M. as crew report at that hour. 
Leave checks with City Trans. Co. or Manager at theatre. 
A. & H. road shows alternate in Wallace. One show playing two 
days and the next show playing but one day. 

ALWAYS VERIFY YOUR R. R. TIME OF LEAVING AS THE 
AUTHOR IS NOT INFALLIBLE. 



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WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON 

Mgr. — "Doc" Crews. 
Stage Mgr. — Henry Blackman. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — R. A. Moore. 
Electr. — Stage Manager. 
Current— 115 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 24 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 40 feet. 
Height of Grid— 40 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 24 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 35. 
Stage Open — At all Times. 
Mail Back— 10 A. M. 
First Night Show— 8:30 P. M. Ex- 
cept Saturday and Sunday. 



LIBERTY THEATRE. 

Conductor — R. A. Truant. 
Treas. — Norma Gonzer. 
Press Rep't. — Robt. Fisher. 
Operator — Blaine Geer. 
Flyman — Chas. Palmer. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 2. 
Opening Day — Friday and Sunday. 
Shows Daily — 2 on Friday. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Shows Sunday — 3. ^ 

Rehearsal — 12:30 noon. 
First Night Show— 8:30 P. M. Sat- 
urday and Sunday. 
Salary Paid — After Last Show. 



Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 

Theatre Baggageman — McBride Trans. Co. Trunks 50c (round trip). 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Organ, Clarionette, Bass. Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Local Newspapers — "Union" (A. M.) ; "Bulletin" (P. M.). 

Show is hung immediately on arrival. 

Leave baggage checks at the box office unless the transferman meets 
train. 

Next stand usually Yakima (formerly named North Yakima). 

Leave Walla Walla via Nor. Pac. R. R. at 7:15 P. M., arriving at 
Yakima at 1 A. M., or leave Walla Walla via U. Pac. R. R. at 10 A. M., 
arriving at Yakima at 3:15 P. M. 

THE PLACE WHERE ALL PERFORMERS "MEAT* 

POLLY ANN A CAFETERIA 

14 E. ALDER STREET WALLA WALLA, WASH. 

( No. 1 location on the map. ) 



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PHOTO SUPPLIES 

Kodaks, Cameras, Films 
Amateur Finishing 

472 MAIN STREET 
(No. 7 Location on Map) 



CLUB CAFE 

213 Portage Avenue Winnipeg 

•*A CLASS" RE.STAURANT 

With Popular Prices 

Proper Service 

(No. 6 Location on Map) 



Rumford Sanitary 
Steam Laundry 

Official Launderers for every 
Winnipeg theatre. Reason why? (ans.) 
"Good Work" 



OTHER LOCAL INFORMATION ON PAGE FOLLOWING THIS ONE 



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GENERAL INFORMATION OF WINNIPEG. 

Before arriving in Winnipeg, and on "the train, have some member of 
the company, meaning all the acts going to the one theatre, collect ALL 
the keys and have that one person make it a point to find the theatre 
baggageman, who stands near the outside door of the station, and give 
him all the keys and he has all your baggage examined quickly and with- 
out trouble and it allows you to go at once to your hotel or theatre with- 
out any waiting and your baggage will follow you there in a very short 
time. 

Positively no liquor allowed in the country; not even a broken 
bottle so don't attempt it. 

If you carry a moving picture film or have a quantity of printed 
matter, such as lithos, letter heads, etc., BE SURE AND ADVISE THE 
BAGGAGEMAN when you give up your keys as he no doubt will have it 
passed free of duty in most cases, but it is considered a serious offense 
if you ignore this suggestion. 

During the war the Tourist cars were taken off but expected they 
will be put back. 

If you find the cost of merchandise in general a little higher in 
Canada than in the "states" you must not blame the merchant as you 
must realize that you are in a foreign country and they have to pay a 
heavy duty. 

Winnipeg newspapers are the "Free Press (both A. M. and P. M.i, and 
the two other evening papers the "Tribune" and "Telegram." 

Newspapers cost 5c each, singly, or you can obtain three different 
papers for 10c. 

Arrange early in the week for your sleeper for your next journey. 

No public golf links but ask your stage manager for a letter to 
Mr. Rowand of the Hingston-Smiths Arms Co., who may possibly arrange 
for you. 

Between Winnipeg and Calgary (Orpheum Circuit) and Winnipeg 
and Edmonton (Pantages' Circuit) you will change your watch to one 
hour EARLIER as you are going into "Mountain Time." 

If the train has a "regular" dining car steward he will clear the 
dining car of the tables and you can have an impromptu cabaret in the 
dining car after the supper meal on Sunday night. (Note please that 
we specified a "REGULAR" Steward.) 

The baggagemen of all theatres, Orpheum, Pantages and Strand, meet 
the train and you will find them just at the outside door of the station 
and to whom you will deliver the keys of your trunk and they will 
have your baggage examined quickly (sooner and easier than you. could do 
it yourself), and your baggage and keys will be delivered to you within 
a very few minutes at your respectice theatres. (See Minneapolis General 
Information, page — on this subject.) 

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WINNIPEG, MANITOBA. ORPHEUM THEATRE. 

Mgr. — Geo. C. Sackett. Conductor — E. E. McLaskay. 

Treas.— H. O, Flint. Press Rep't. — T. Jones. 

Stage Mgr.— Jack Dillibough. Flyman— Bert Williams. 

Carpenter— Stage Manager. Grip — M. McKay. 

"Props." — Perry Wishart. No. Dressing Rooms — 18. 

Electr. — Harry Raper. Stage Dressing Rooms — Most 

Current— 220 Volts A. C. Above. 

Operator— W. Hale. No. Days Engaged— 6. 

Stage Doorman— Charlie Meade. Opening Day— Monday. No Matinee. 

Proscenium Opening— 40 feet. Shows Daily— 2. 

Wall to Wall— 80 feet. Shows Sunday— None. 

Height of Grid— 76 feet. Matinee— 2:15 P. M. 

Depth of Stage— 34 feet. Night Show— 8:15 P.M. 

Depth of "One"— 7 feet. Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 

Sets of Lines— Ample. Salary Paid— After Saturday Mat. 

Stage Open— 9 A. M. Where Salary Paid— Mgr's. Office. 

Theatre Laundry — Rumford Steam Laundry, 

Theatre Baggageman — Clarkson Trans. Co. Trunks 75 (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Eleven. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin, Cello, Horns. 

Next usual stand is Calgary. Can. Pac. R. R. — Leave Saturday 11 
P. M.; Arrive 5:35 A. M. Monday. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $4.15; Lower, $5.25 (two nights on sleeper). 
Remain in sleeper until 8 A. M. 

See Winnipeg General Information re what you do with your checks 
and keys to your trunks, immediately you get off the train in Winnipeg. 

Golf Links — Norwood Country Club, 9 holes. See Mr. Sackett, the 
Manager, who will supply you with a privilege card. 



HOTEL ST. CHARLES 

"IN THE HEART OF EVERYTHING" 

The Winnipeg Home of Orpheum Performers 

SPECIAL THEATRICAL RATES Close to Theatre 

(No. 4 Location on Map) 

LIGGETT REXAL DRUG STORES 

Several Stores between Pantages and the Orpheum 

Drugs "Make-up" and Toilet Requisites 



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Canadian Pacific Railway Hotel System 

THE ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL 




WINNIPEG. MANITOBA 

Adjoining and connected by passage with Canadian Pacific 

Railway Station 

Furnished with every modern convenience 

Rates $2.00 a day and upward No. II Location on map 



To the members of the 

Theatrical Profession 

STOP and THINK! 

is it safe to sleep in a hotel that 
is not Fireproof? 

St Regis Hotel 

IS FIREPROOF 

IVe beg to inform you that Tve cater 

for ^our business 

(No. 1 Location on Map) 



When in Winnipeg Eat at the 

Gary Cafeteria 

GARY AND PORTAGE AVENUE 
Next to the Post Office 
No. 3a Location on map 

MOST UPTO-DATE 

CAFETERIA IN THE 

DOMINION 

OR AT 

The Carlton Cafe 

NOTRE DAME AND ALBERT ST. 

Reasonable Rooms to let by 
the day or week 

(No. 3 Location on Map) 



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WINNIPEG, MANITOBA. 

Mgr. — Walter H. Fogg. 
Treas. — Manager. 
Stage Mgr. — Geo. H. Parker, 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — Harry Davidson. 
Electr. — Jack Byron. 
Current— 110 Volts A. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 34 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 65 feet. 
Height of Grid— 65 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 30 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 6 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 32. 
Stage Open — 9 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



PANTAGES' THEATRE. 

Conductor — Hugo Rignold. 
Press Rep't. — McDermott. 
Operator — Joe Palmer. 
Flyman — Harry Edwards. 
Grip— P. Innes. 
No. Dressing Rooms — 10. 
Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 
No. Days Engaged — 6. 
Opening Day — Monday. 
Shows Daily — 3. 
Shows Saturday — 3. 
Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 
First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. 
Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 



Salary Paid — After Matinee. 
Where Salary Paid — Mgr's. Office. 

Theatre Laundry — Rumford Steam Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — National Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Have hotel trunks ready at 7 P. M. 

Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute, Second Violin. 

Next usual stand is Regina. C. P. R. Leave 1 P. M.; arrve 11:30 
P. M., or Leave 7:50 P. M.; arrive 7 A. M. 

Cost of Sleeper — Upper, $2.05; Lower, $2.50; Tourist, $1.40. 

See Winnipeg General Information re what you do with your checks 
and keys to your trunks Immediately on your arrival in Winnipeg, as 
you get off the train. 



Roym mm hotel 

WINNIPEG 

Has been and is now the 

Leading Theatrical Hotel 

Box Spring Mattress, Ostermoor Tops, 
Phones, Elevator, Hot and Cold running 
Water. 

A Strictly Fireproof Building 

Rates, $6,00 a week and up 

We guarantee this house 
Quiet, and Orderly at all 
times, 

V. E. JOSSELYN. Mgr. 
(No. 5 Location on Map) 



Leland Hotel 

WINNIPEG 

opposite City Hall 

One block from Pantages and Strand 

Special Rates 

To Performers 

50c Course Luncheon 
75c Table d*Hote Dinner 

All Modern Improvements 
LARGE LOBBY 

E. J. ROCHON. Prop. 
(No. 8 Location on Map) 



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WINNIPEG, MANITOBA. 

Mgr. — Norman Chambers. 
Stage Mgr. — Jack Rumohr. 
Carpenter — Stage Manager. 
"Props." — J. McKinley. 
Electr. — Stage Mgr. 
Current— Volts A. C, D. C. 
Proscenium Opening — 30 feet. 
Wall to Wall— 54 feet. 
Height of Grid— 48 feet. 
Depth of Stage— 20 feet. 
Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 
Sets of Lines — 20. 
Stage Open — 8 A. M. 
Mail Back— 11 A. M. 



STRAND THEATRE. 

Conductor — Albert Demkier. 

Treas. — Manager. 

Press Rep't. — Manager. 

Operator — Harry Duthoit. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 7. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 6. 

Opening Day — Monday. 

Shows Daily — 4. 

Shows Saturday — 5. 

Matinee— 2:30 P. M. 

First Night Show— 8 P. M. 

Rehearsal— 10:30 A. M. 

Salary Paid — Saturday Afternoon. 



Where Salary Paid — Mgr's Office. 

Theatre Laundry — Rumford Steam Laundry. 

Theatre Baggageman — Clarksop Trans. Co. Trunks 75c (round trip). 

Number in Orchestra — Six. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Drums, Bass, 
Clarionette. 

If acts come direct from "States" see the Winnipeg General Informa- 
tion, page 215, re what you do with your checks and keys to your 
trunks immediately your get off of the train in Winnipeg, but should 
the baggageman not meet you at the station, on your arrival, bring 
your checks to the theatre also your keys in event that your baggage 
has not been examined by the Custom Officials. Theatre open at 8 A. M. 
for this purpose except Sunday. 




526 Main Street, WINNIPEG 

REGULAR MEALS 

Our S^eciahy is "FISH and CHI'PS" 
(No. 10 Location on Map) MURPHY BROS., Pro^s. 

GORDON B. KYLE 

PANTAGES THEATRE BUILDING, WINNIPEG 

Theatre Lohoy Artist. ^noto Re;^ro auctions 

OUR SPECIALTY— UNIQUE PHOTO POST CARDS 
No. 9 Location on the Map. ORIGINAL DESIGNS 



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EMPIRE THEATRE (A. & H.). 

Mgr. — Fred Mercy. 

Stage Mgr. — E, Johnson. 

Carpenter — Stage Manager. 

"Props." — L. Hinds. 

Electr. — J. Ridgeway. 

Current— 110 Volts A. C. 

Operator — W. W. Henderson. 

Proscenium Opening — 25 feet. 

Wall to Wall— 45 feet. 

Height of Grid— 45 feet. 

Depth of Stage — 25 feet. 

Depth of "One"— 8 feet. 

Sets of Lines — 38. 

Stage Open— W. A. M. 

Mail Back— 11 A. M. 

Maintee— 2:30 P. M. 

Conductor — A. P. Freimuth. 

Treas. — Archie Bartholet. 

Press Rep't. — Harry Gillespie. 

Flyman — Harry Tattersall. 

No. Dressing Rooms — 8. 

Stage Dressing Rooms — None. 

No. Days Engaged — 2. 

Opening Day — Fri. and Sun. 

Shows Daily — 3 (2 on Monday). 

Shows Saturday — 3. 

Shows Sunday — 4. 

First Night Show— 7:30 P. M. Ex- 
cept Monday. 

Rehearsal — 11 A. M. 

Salary Paid — After Last Show. 

Where Salary Paid — Back Stage. 
Theatre Baggageman — Stage Manager. Trunks 75c (round trip). 
Number in Orchestra — Eight. 

Instruments in Orchestra — Piano, Violin, Cornet, Trombone, Drums, 
Clarionette, Bass, Flute. Next usual stand is Tacoma. 

Nor. Pac. R. R.— Leave 1:35 A. M.; Arrive 8:30 A. M. 
Cost of Sleeper— Upper, $1.38; Lower, $1.65. 
Local Newspapers — "Herald" (A. M.) ; "Republic" (P. M.). 
Name of Golf Links — Country Club, 9 holes. 

The name of this city has been changed from North Yakima to 
Yakima. 

SHOW YOUR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MAN THIS BOOK AND 
ASK THEM WHY THEY ARE NOT REPRESENTED IN IT 

**Here Enaetn the First Lesson 
GET THE OTHER TWO THAT FOLLOW: 

Central States Vauaeville Patnpnaer ana 

*' Eastern States vauaeville vvanaerings 
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